A real GP service

May 2013
Daily Mail;5/20/2013, p54
A real GP service IN THE Sixties, my husband Michael Gill-Carey was a GP in St Agnes, Cornwall. He and the other GPs held surgery every morning except Sunday and four evenings a week, and took turns to be on call.


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