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There is one GP for every 2,000 patients, according to the Daily Mail, which says people are enduring a postcode lottery, with the worst-hit parts of the country served by half as many GPs as the best. In some areas the figure rises to nearly 3,000 patients per doctor, the paper says, compared to 1,600 in the best-serviced districts. “No wonder it’s so hard to see a doctor in person,” the paper quips.