£885 million Primary Care Plan to make it easier to get appointments

Today the government announced a new Primary Care Plan, to make it easier to get GP appointments and other NHS services and help cut NHS waiting lists.

  • The pandemic has had a huge impact on the NHS and our ability to access healthcare, so we must make it easier to access NHS services and cut waiting lists.
  • That is why the government is taking action today and has announced a new £885 million Primary Care Plan, which will tackle the 8am rush and make it easier to get an appointment, support patients accessing some prescriptions from pharmacies without first seeing a GP, and deliver more GPs and GP appointments in our NHS. 
  • This plan will help to cut waiting lists by freeing up around 15 million GP appointments over the next two years, delivering a better service for patients. 

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