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PostSubject: GP patients 'wait over fortnight'   Fri Apr 25, 2008 3:20 am

Patients in parts of south Wales regularly have to wait more than two weeks for an appointment with their doctor, research has found.
In one case, Gwent Community Health Council could not book an appointment with a surgery within a month.

The study also questioned whether access to GPs was placing extra pressure on out-of-hours services.

The British Medical Association said some results "seem indefensible", but they did not show the whole picture.

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