5 million patients give up on seeing a doctor after being turned away from local surgeries

Five million people a month are unable to book a GP appointment when they want one as the number doubles in a year, a study has suggested.

Millions are being left at risk of serious diseases not being diagnosed in good enough time as they wait over a month to be seen.

The number of people unable to see a GP has grown from 2.7million in October 2021 to 5.2million this October, NHS figures by the Labour Party have stated.

As a doctor founded, patient-focused company, Doctor Care Anywhere plc (ASX:DOC) believe that happy doctors mean happy patients. It’s a virtuous circle and one that we’ve built a great team to help keep going.

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