I’m sure you are all aware that Dr Kennedy is retiring at the end of this month. He has been a GP for 30 years.
During that time apart from being an excellent caring doctor whose patients had the best access to their GP in the UK, he has played a prominent role in forming the shape of care in Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset due to his work on the Primary Care Trust.
How often do you take a step back and ask yourself what is life all about?
I know that regular readers will be surprised by my asking such a serious question. They are used to reading flippant articles and meanderings which often touch upon the comical but rarely appear to touch the fundamental.
I especially like clever acronyms such as TLAs – (Three Letter Acronyms) or A Clever Ruse Of Nudging Your Memory. However some really irritate me – such as NICE (National Institute of Clinical Excellence) which is fast becoming an Orwellian tool to control GPs.