Monthly Archives: April 2012

Doris, 95, was left on a hospital trolley for 28 hours – and when her son asked where she was, doctors didn’t have a clue… Frightened and alone, 95-year-old Doris Miller lay on her hospital trolley as hour after hour … Continue reading

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NHS running out of important drugs Because what they are willing to pay for them is not competitive Hospitals are running out of vital drugs to treat high blood pressure, asthma and Parkinson’s disease because they are being sold abroad. … Continue reading

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Frail grandmother collapses after being sent home from hospital in a taxi at 6am wearing only her nightgown A frail pensioner was sent home from hospital alone and wearing only a nightie at 6am, her family claimed yesterday. Beulah Parr, … Continue reading

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Family’s fury as hospital releases dementia patient, 89, at 2am and claims it was ‘in her BEST INTERESTS’ An elderly dementia patient was discharged from hospital at 2am after hospital bosses declared it was ‘in her best interests’. Eileen Hansbury, … Continue reading

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Claim over missed diagnosis ‘could top £30 million’ There have been high payouts before to people in prominent positions but the NHS never learns. Note that there is no denial of negligence. What’s the point of doing diagnostic tests if … Continue reading

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NHS wrongly writes off car crash victim They were told there was no chance of their son surviving after he suffered devastating injuries in a car crash. But Steven Thorpe’s parents refused to give up hope – despite four specialists … Continue reading

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Father in agony for eight months after bungling surgery staff leave 19in swab inside his body There are hospital routines as old as the hills to stop this happening. It’s inexcusable. Note that there is not a single detail about … Continue reading

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