Hamish Meldrum denies hypocrisy over polyclinic contract

The chairman of the British Medical Association has defended himself against charges of hypocrisy after a consortium including his practice won the contract to deliver one of the GP-led health centres the association has campaigned vociferously against.Hamish Meldrum said his practice had taken the step to protect itself from threats ...

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