Airline pilots and pizza delivery boys work all hours. How arrogant of GPs to think it's beneath them

Dr Martin Scurr
May 2013
Daily Mail;5/17/2013, p15
BACK in the Seventies, when I was a 24-year-old doctor working at a GP clinic in Barnes, South-West London, our surgery was dedicated to caring for people of all ages, at all hours, on all the days of the week.


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