The Scottish Government faces “a significant challenge” to increase the number of GPs working in the country, according to the public spending watchdog.
The average waiting time for a routine GP appointment has reached more than two weeks for the first time ever, according to a new survey.
More than three-quarters of GPs have already cut their hours or plan to do so because of concerns around pension tax laws, a survey suggests.
A GP has become the first in Scotland to sign up to a new doctor-on-demand app where patients pay up to £70 for a quick appointment.
FAMILY doctors earned up to £1650 per day for working over the Christmas and New Year holidays.
PATIENTS will no longer see their family doctor for routine matters under a shake-up of Scotland’s GP services.
THOUSANDS of patients are being blocked from joining their nearest surgery as the NHS faces its worst family doctor crisis in 20 years.
DOCTORS’ leaders have rejected a demand by Theresa May to move to a seven-days-a-week opening for GP surgeries.