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Letter from DDLMC to Simon Stevens - Chief Executive of NHS England

Following the publication of the evidence given by Simon Stevens Chief Executive of NHS England to the Public Accounts Committee on 18 June 2018, about the failure of PCSE support to GPs, Derby and Derbyshire Local Medical Committee has written to him expressing their very serious concerns. We have also copied this letter to Meg Hillier Chair of the Public Accounts Committee who are conducting the review and Dr Sarah Wollaston Chair of the Health Select Committee.

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