Monthly Archives: April 2013

The NHS handles complaints about patient care ‘insensitively and without compassion’ A report has exposed serious flaws in the way the NHS handles complaints with patients and families routinely being treated ‘insensitively’ and ‘without compassion’ by staff. The Health Service … Continue reading

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How hospital ‘neglect’ cut short my mother-in-law’s life: NHS governor sues her own trust after staff failed to treat facial injury A governor is suing her own NHS Trust after claiming that one of its hospitals hastened her mother-in-law’s death. … Continue reading

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Bereaved family calls for change in the law after teenage daughter died when she was denied cancer drugs The family of a teenage girl who died after she was refused access to potentially life-saving cancer drugs has called for a … Continue reading

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Grandfather who was coughing up blood died because doctors took TWO YEARS to realise he had lung cancer A grandfather died after doctors failed to diagnose his treatable lung cancer for two years. In May 2010, father-of-two Frank Golby, 65, … Continue reading

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Four million extra patients a year flood A&E after Labour’s ‘disastrous’ decision to allow GPs to stop night work Jeremy Hunt is due to reveal how numbers at A&E departments have shot up by four million a year since the … Continue reading

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NHS boss handed £100,000 performance bonus despite claims his hospital was responsible for 2,400 ‘excess deaths’ Britain truly is a madhouse A former health boss was paid £100,000 in ‘bonuses’ at a hospital that is being investigated for high death … Continue reading

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Grandfather ‘branded a drama king’ by hospital staff died from neglect after bleeding to death Olamide Eso is a Nigerian name A grandfather was allegedly branded a ‘drama king’ by an NHS doctor just hours before he died in agony, … Continue reading

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