A challenging colleague

16th September 2016 by Rachel Birch

A challenging colleague

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Whilst being a locum GP can have 
many advantages, there are possible drawbacks. Locums may not know the GP partners or the practice set up and can potentially find themselves working with a difficult colleague.

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Dr Richard Smith, GP, Suffolk

Dr Richard Smith, GP, Suffolk

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