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RCGP Wales responds to GP Training Places Announcement

"I am delighted at the Health Secretary's news that all GP training places have been filled and that additional capacity has been created for those doctors choosing to train, work and live in Wales. This is an important milestone and a step on the journey towards training the 200 GPs per year that we need for Wales.

"Last year, RCGP Wales launched 'Transform,' our roadmap for transformation which outlined the steps that need to be taken to strengthen general practice. As part of this, we called on the Government to run a major recruitment campaign to help address the GP shortage.

"Train Work Live has been a positive campaign and I am glad that we are seeing it pay off.

"We need to expand the GP workforce by 485 GPs by 2021 and the increase in GP trainees is real progress towards this. I now encourage the Welsh Government to go one step further and boost the numbers of GP training places to 200 a year and do more to encourage existing GPs to stay in the profession for longer."

"General practice is a fantastic and highly rewarding career. GPs are passionate advocates for patient care and we are privileged to care for patients from the cradle to the grave. GP colleagues across Wales are active promoting general practice to school students and trainee doctors."


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