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Offer extended due to Demand – Exclusive Discount on Custo Med Blood Pressure Monitor

The NAGP are delighted to extend our members offer of up to 30% off a Custo Med blood pressure monitor (discount worth up to €500) due to high demand. In association with our partners, Promed, we can extend this limited discount until the 20th December 2017. Some benefits of the Custo Med blood pressure monitor include: • It saves [...]

9th August, 2017|

Don’t miss out – Exclusive Discount on Custo Med Blood Pressure Monitor

The NAGP are delighted to offer members up to 30% off a Custo Med blood pressure monitor (discount worth up to €500) to members. In association with our partners, Promed, we can offer this limited discount until the 31st July 2017. Some benefits of the Custo Med blood pressure monitor include: • It saves time [...]

24th July, 2017|

NAGP say Government Buried their Heads in the Sand over GP Crisis

GP Union say Government must stop ignoring Crisis in General Practice NAGP calls on Government to urgently resource General Practice FEMPI reversal will make General Practice viable and stem the tide of GP emigration Reacting to an Irish Independent article published today which outlined the worrying numbers of GPs set to retire, the NAGP has [...]

11th July, 2017|

NAGP Launch Business Partner Directory

The National Association of General Practitioners (NAGP) has launched a Partner Directory which features selected business partners. Partners include business services, motoring, leisure and more across the 26 counties. The Directory can be searched by county and category. Mr. Chris Goodey, NAGP CEO, said, “We are delighted to launch the NAGP Partner Directory which we [...]

10th July, 2017|

Annual Gala Charity Ball

The NAGP are delighted to announce that our Annual Gala Charity Ball will take place on the 17th November 2017 in aid of Aware and ISPCC Childline. The event will begin at 7pm with a drinks reception in the Library of the RDS before moving to the RDS Concert Hall for dinner and dancing. Music [...]

3rd July, 2017|

NAGP to Highlight Free Healthcare Abroad

NAGP to highlight potential benefits of the Cross Border Healthcare Directive The Cross Border Healthcare Directive has seen low levels of use despite potential to cut waiting times in Ireland GPs have cited a lack of awareness which the NAGP intend to address The National Association of General Practitioners (NAGP) has announced their intention to [...]

2nd July, 2017|

Annual Gala Charity Ball

The NAGP are delighted to announce that our Annual Gala Charity Ball will take place on the 17th November 2017 in aid of Aware. The event will begin at 7pm with a drinks reception in the Library of the RDS before moving to the RDS Concert Hall for dinner and dancing. Music will be provided [...]

12th June, 2017|

NAGP calls for Urgent Reversal of FEMPI in light of Pay Deal

The NAGP calls for the urgent reversal of FEMPI cuts in line with other sectors The GP union says FEMPI reversal will stem the tide of GP emigration FEMPI has been the death knell for general practice - NAGP Reacting to news that a draft pay deal has been agreed for public sector workers, the [...]

8th June, 2017|

Promed – Exclusive Discount on Custo Med Blood Pressure Monitor

The NAGP are delighted to offer members up to 30% off a Custo Med blood pressure monitor (discount worth up to €500) to members. In association with our partners, Promed, and due to popular demand, we can extend this limited discount until the 20th December 2017. Some benefits of the Custo Med blood pressure monitor include: [...]

2nd June, 2017|

NAGP Initial Response to Future of Healthcare Report

The committee’s vision cannot be implemented without a new GP contract that restores and sustains the viability of general practice, enabling it to lead and develop integrated care  Free GP Care may only be considered when capacity is addressed, resources are provided and a new contract is agreed with general practice  Calls for an “impact [...]

30th May, 2017|