The continued provision of quality services for patients is a priority for the local doctors.

Great improve waiting times have recently been made and it would be unacceptable if this were allowed to increase again. The continued provision of quality services for patients is a priority for the local doctors, and we are interested to working with Minister McGimpsey and our Department of Health, to ensure that this happens. – Dr Hamish Meldrum, BMA Chairman of Council, said:.

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