He’s not a ‘GP leader’ and they don’t know when they’re well off

Andrew Buist though described as the ‘chair of BMA’s Scottish GP Committee’, is really just a well-paid, middle-class, shop steward. That does not make him a ‘GP leader.’

Some of his members are unhappy so he is complaining on their behalf.

Here’s a fine example of entitlement and lack of awareness:

Isn’t a GP practice a fairly affluent and secure business with responsibility for hiring its own staff?

As for staff shortages, see this ‘analysis’ from Lisa Summers:

Go away.

2 thoughts on “He’s not a ‘GP leader’ and they don’t know when they’re well off

  1. SO YET ANOTHER BLOWHARD
    MAKING COMMENTS HE SHOULD NOT BE

    HIS FACTS ARE INCORRECT (obviously not checked)
    YET MAKES POLITICAL MISCHIEF TO GAIN WHAT

    HE SHOULD TRY AND GET TO SEE A “DOCTOR”
    Not a trainee “locum”
    ask this so called leader to run an independent poll asking citizens
    When and if they have seen,spoken or visited THEIR doctor

    THEN AND ONLY THEN SHOULD HE GET HIS NAME INTO POLITICAL NEWSPAPER
    WHOS MAIN PURPOSE IS TO CAUSE TROUBLES/MISCHIEF

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