Patients could be struck off GP surgery lists after five years of no contact NHS England bid to save money on ‘ghost patients’ criticised by GP leaders saying key groups could lose access to a doctor
Patients face being removed from GP surgery lists if they do not contact their doctor for five years as part of an NHS drive to save money.
A patient who has been out of touch for that long will receive two letters, and if they do not respond, they will be taken off their GP’s list. Continue reading... The Guardian