The health regulator, The Care Quality Commission, said the next round of inspections will focus on GP out-of-hours services.
The commission said these are "likely to put patents at a higher risk of receiving poor care than from other general practice services."
The health regulator has uncovered a catalogue of failings at some GP practices with medicines stored in a way that puts children and patients at risk of infection and rooms so dirty they had maggots.
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