Glasgow, UK. 13 February 2019. (L-R) David Williams CO GC HPCP; Dr Andrew Buist, Chair of BMA Scotland’s Scottish General Practitioners Committee; Jean Freeman, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport; Alastair Douglas GP in Allander Surgery who are pictured seen visiting a GP Practice - The Allander Surgery in Posil, Glasgow. The Health Secretary will announce funding for a scheme to give GPs extra support with the cost of running their own practices.
The GP premises sustainability loan scheme aims to ease the financial burden associated with owning a practice, in turn helping to improve recruitment and retention within the profession.
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- Jeane Freeman Announces Funding Scheme for GPs 13 February 2019