I suspect it will gradually dawn on people quite how hard it would be to replicate what a doctor does.
In the past five years, 450 GP practices have closed – and patients suffer when their doctors don’t truly know them.
Her sister had come with her to surgery. We exchanged a glance.
The the 5p charge introduced in 2015 has been spectacularly successful, plastic bag consumption has fallen by 85 per cent, and £58m has been donated to good causes.
Years of austerity-driven spending cuts have piled stress and pressure on NHS staff, many of whom have voted with their feet.
Hallucinations in children are more common than you might think.
Sylvia could have been anywhere in the world, but she gave hope to Hanna, lost in Britain and ashamed to go back home.
The Health Secretary’s enthusiasm for “GP at Hand”, a smartphone app, suggests he’s forgotten that we’ve been here before with NHS 111.
The roots of this are complex and involve much more than the oft-cited villain, social media – or caffeine.
I found it hard to comprehend how she had managed to dress so fastidiously every day in the face of such muscle weakness.