GP rescue plan to boost face-to-face consultations

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It is expected to promise upgrades for telephone systems, ensuring that more patients can quickly and easily speak to general practice staff, and a reduction in paperwork by allowing other staff to provide evidence for fitness to work and fit-to-drive checks.

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