Capital in crisis over the number of GPs

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Capital in crisis over the number of GPs

London is facing a crisis when it comes to the number of GPs. 

That is the suggestion of a new survey carried out by Londonwide LMCs, the body which represents all GPS in the capital. 

It says one in 10 practices in the capital could close in the next three years. 

Dr Bob Gill is a GP in Welling near Bexleyheath and is one of those planning to quit. 

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