NHS recruitment campaign woos GPs with private medical care

Written by queen mudder

Thursday, 8 February 2007

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Free private medical care for all whinging quacks

London - (Rotters): A new NHS recruitment drive to employ another 50,000 GPs guarantees some unusual perks including private medical care and free medical insurance.

Announcing the new campaign in the House of Commons today Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt described the move as the next logical step to recalibrate the ailing NHS with 21st century solutions to problems inherited by the Labour Administration from the dark old Tory days of free-market economy nonsense.

Under the new proposals all GPs can expect to be treated for free and gratis for any ailment or complaint within one hour.

This radical scheme will free up many approximately 10,000 NHS acute beds per week reserved for treating alcoholism, hypochondria and paranoia about waiting lists.

The BMA has welcomed the latest proposals.

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