Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard from the Royal College of GPs has said a reallocation of resources would help provide a better service for patients.
She said money invested into primary was proven to reduce illness and the need for patients to go to hospital as much.
She told ITV News: "We are at a crisis point."
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