GPs agree new contracts

The Government and GPs have agreed a new contract. Among the changes are that over-75s will be assigned an accountable GP to ensure they receive co-ordinated care. The Health Secretary has also revealed proposals for GPs' salaries to be made public

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Your views: Named GPs to be accountable for over-75s

Under a new contract for GPs, over-75s will be assigned a named GP to ensure they receive co-ordinated care from next year.

We asked users of ITV News' Facebook page their views on the changes:

Bring back the traditional family doctor, someone who knows you inside out and doesn't need half an hour to scan through your notes.

– Steve Masters

I have been with my doctors surgery since I was born in 1949, my eldest sister is still there too, but I bet not one of our doctors would recognise us in the street. I'm 64, and have to insist on things to get anywhere with them.

– Les Timms

What happens when a doctor's quota for over 75s is full are you transferred across town to a new one?

– Maureen Rutherford

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