An army of more than 20,000 people, pharmacists and nurses should be hired to work together with inadequate GPs, NHS chiefs say.
New staff will work with general practitioners, taking responsibility for some of the 300 million reservations made each year.
It will also provide ongoing patient care to the community.
NHS England says it should allow general practitioners to spend more time with sick patients.
The average appointment lasts about eight minutes, which doctors say there is not enough time to address the complex problems faced by aging populations.
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NHS Chief Executive Officer Simon Stevens said, "This is the biggest incentive to general practice in more than 15 years, giving patients more practical services in their local GP's general surgery while breaking the division between family physicians and community health services."
GP leaders warmly welcomed this move, but warned that additional doctors are needed.
Currently, in England, more than 34,000 general practitioners work together with 11,000 nurses.
Despite the promise to employ more GPs, the number of full-time jobs fell by 400 in the last three years.
The Royal College of General Practitioners estimates that the nation is 6,000 general practitioners who do not need what they need.
What is happening?
Changes are announced within a five-year contract with the British Medical Association.
It is funded by an additional 4.5 billion pounds, which by 2023 will be invested in community services under the ten-year NHS plan announced earlier this month.
The practice of general practitioners is funded to hire some of the staff directly.
In the future, each practice should have its own pharmacist, conduct drug reviews, and community-based social workers to connect patients with everything from exercise to weight loss to art and dance groups to help mental health. problems.
However, community services are also being reorganized as part of the 10-year plan, along with the creation of primary health care networks that cover several practices of general practitioners.
Many additional employees will work in these teams, providing additional levels of service to the patients.
By 2023.-24. There should be 22,000 additional persons, pharmacists, nurses, and liaison officers.
But Nigel Edwards, of the Nuffield Trust Research Center, said the NHS was hard to achieve.
"We need to hear more about where these people come from – after all, many parts of the NHS have their own serious shortages," he said.
How did the profession react?
As changes are introduced as part of a new contract, the profession is completely behind the plans.
Dr. Richard Vautrey, MD's BMA leader, said he was "convinced" that the new agreement would bring benefits to patients and doctors.
"In recent years, we have seen work family physicians work overloaded labor force that strives to meet the growing demand for patients suffering from more complex conditions," he said.
Professor Helen Stokes Lampard, who is the president of the Royal College of Physicians, said that the new staff would become "highly qualified GP team members".
But she added: "Our main goal must remain hiring and retaining more than a thousand general practitioners."