A POWERFUL FIRST-HAND ACCOUNT OF WORKING FOR THE NHS, BOTH BEFORE AND DURING THE COVID-19 EPIDEMIC.
We, as GPs, are just one cog in the NHS. Just one of many, many cogs, all with a shared vision of saving lives. A vision, I should add, that is shared in - and out - of any crisis.'
Here is an unbelievable journey to the truth of life as a GP, through spilt urine bottles, the patients who should have been in hospital months ago, existential crises, utterly unexplainable health problems and awkward silences.
Find out why you only get ten minutes with a GP, why you can never see the same doctor and why they are ALWAYS running late. This is what really goes on in your local doctor's surgery, through the tired yet tireless eyes of a doctor who, despite it all, really loves his job.
Thought you knew about the life of a GP? Think again.