How councils are cutting GP sexual health services

A number of local authorities are changing the way sexual health services are provided, which is likely to lead to less provision within general practice. Pulse looks at what is happening across England


York City Council have given GPs notice that they will be cutting the contracts for LARCS, alongside other public health services including Health Checks, from April.

It said in a statement: ‘All GP practices were notified of the council’s commissioning intentions in writing and were given an opportunity to raise concerns.

Full report at Pulse 9 February 2016