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Thanks for the information Amanda. 

It is only with greater input from residents, service users within the City of London, that pressure can be applied by Health Watch City of London, to the local Clinical Commissioning Group to adequately fund improvements in health services used by City residents, including local dentists, pharmacies, GP's, hospital. 

More residential apartments are being built within our locality, the pressure on GP services at the Neaman Medical Practice only increases, I know people who have "camped" outside the Neaman Practice from 07:30 am just to get a same day appointment!! With out any extra funding to provide more GP's service levels will continue to drop! The City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), should apply pressure on the City Planners to demand that developers fund extra GP places at the Neaman Practice when deciding to grant any more residential planning approvals within the City!

Thanks for this comment Hussain. The more people who contact us with feedback on services and come along to board meetings, the stronger we can make all these arguments to health and care commissioners.

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