We recommend getting all of your evidence together well before the court/WS submission dates. A WS takes more than a day for most people to write and have it refined here prior to sending. Best not to leave it to the last minute.
Just to give another view of the NHS and GPs - two GPs probably saved my life last year.
I'd been extremely ill, no appetite, significant weight loss, not taking enough fluids. Wife took me to A&E. Terrible experience. After four hours told my wife to take me home. She said "told you this was a mistake. I'll get you an emergency GP appointment tomorrow". Saw a GP Registrar (essentially a trainee GP) following afternoon. She was very concerned and asked a colleague for a second opinion. Second GP was horrified as soon as she saw me, and said "You ought to be in hospital". She told the trainee to arrange to have me admitted to hospital and just over two hours later (after my wife had driven me there) I was in bed on a medical assessment ward. Stayed in hospital for a week and was only discharged because they needed the bed.
I was going to complain about my A&E experience (I think the triage nurse must have screwed up my triage assessment) but a week after I was discharged, I had to take my wife to A&E as her optician thought she might have a detached retina. It was about 5:30pm on a Saturday and the place was full of injured footballers and rugby players. It was much busier than it had been on the Monday afternoon I'd been there, but my wife saw a doctor in 20 mins and we were out in 40 mins. I decided that sometimes you're just unlucky...