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Concerns raised over neurosurgeon’s actions

Investigations are being held into the actions of a neurosurgeon in Coventry, following the death of two of his patients. Mr Hussien El-Maghraby, a […]

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NHS hospitals face shortages of vital equipment as patient numbers surge

Hospitals are suffering serious shortages of vital medical equipment such as ventilators, pumps to administer drugs, and oxygen cylinders during the NHS’s ongoing winter […]

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Three times more deaths from flu in UK than last winter

Three times as many people are dying of flu this winter in the UK, compared with last year.   There has been a big […]

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Winter Crisis Over Yet Hospital Wards Remain Dangerously Full

NHS bosses have declared winter crisis measures over. However, doctors say any respite may be temporary and should be used to deal with a […]

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Investigation Held Into Injuries Sustained At Care Homes In Sussex

Police are currently investigating nine care homes owned by Sussex Health Care, due to claims that 43 people suffered injuries due to neglect whilst […]

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GP doubts over virtual smartphone surgery

A new NHS GP service to allow patients to have a video consultation via their smartphone may undermine traditional surgeries, say doctor’s leaders. According […]

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New A&E Unit For The Elderly Only

Britain’s first accident and emergency (A&E) unit for the elderly is to open at an NHS hospital, in an effort to speed up patients’ […]

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Locum Doctors Earning Significant Sums For NHS Shifts

Temporary stand-in staff at hospitals are being paid substantial figures by the NHS, yet they could pose a ‘significant risk’ to patient safety. Liaison, […]

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NHS Spend £250m Correcting Private Care

Patients who have been transferred for NHS care following private hospital treatment have cost the NHS more than £250 million in recent years. The […]

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Concussions In Teens Could Lead To MS In Adulthood

A new study has warned that concussions in adolescents, common with young athletes, could increase the risk of developing Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in later […]

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Court Rules That An Unmarried Woman’s Ineligibility For A Statutory Bereavement Award Breaches Her Human Rights

Jakki Smith successfully claimed compensation from a hospital trust that negligently treated her partner, John, for a benign tumour on his foot, which ultimately […]

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Potential Ban On Walk-in Patients At A&E

People may no longer be able to walk-in at accident and emergency (A&E) units at hospitals, unless they have prior authorisation from their doctor, […]

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NHS Apprenticeships failing to plug gaps left by Brexit

The total number of people starting NHS apprenticeships has fallen by more than a third in the past three years, raising new concerns about […]

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