Doctors are being edged out of urgent care in favour of non-medically qualified staff, the BMA has warned.

Responding to the Department of Health's Direction of travel of urgent careconsultation, the BMA said it was concerned that primary care trusts were re-shaping urgent care around staff with no medical qualifications.

See the full response here

Doctors are being edged out of urgent care in favour of non-medically qualified staff, the BMA has warned.

Responding to the Department of Health's Direction of travel of urgent careconsultation, the BMA said it was concerned that primary care trusts were re-shaping urgent care around staff with no medical qualifications.

See the full response here