Almost 1 in 4 Scottish GP practices is seeking a doctor
More than one in four GP practices in Scotland has a vacancy for a doctor, according to new figures obtained by the BBC.
The latest survey from the British Medical Association shows little change in the number of unfilled posts, despite a Scottish government recruitment drive launched last summer.
Can a speed-dating event help fill the vacancies, nearly 75% of which have been unfilled for more than six months?
BBC Scotland's health and social care correspondent Shelley Jofre reports.
02 Jun 2017
- From the section Scotland