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Prescribing error may have put thousands at risk

The company behind the “heart attack risk calculator” have said that a fault in the software means that some patients were incorrectly prescribed statins, […]

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Portsmouth Hospital classed as “chaotic” by Health Inspectors

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) have rated the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth as ‘inadequate’ after finding long queues of ambulances outside, and patients […]

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Cancer patient died after avoidable delays in treatment

Peter Filipovic, 62, died in the summer of 2012 after King’s College Hospital, London, failed to act on information from another NHS Trust. The […]

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Postcode lottery for cancer patients

The National Audit Office has released a report that highlights significant differences in the standard of cancer care across the country. In some areas […]

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Ambulance service leaves patients waiting

Hundreds of patients have missed important appointments because their non-emergency ambulance failed to arrive. Sussex non-emergency transport service was privatised earlier this month, and […]

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Hospital failings lead to stillbirth

Sam Reid and her partner Dale Jones’ son was stillborn following a series of failings by Pontefract Hospital. Ms Reid had a normal labour […]

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Hospital found guilty of negligence following the death of a gastric band patient

In September 2014, 48-year-old Nadim Butt died following gastric band surgery due to the poor standard of care following his procedure. North Staffordshire Coroner’s […]

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Postcode lottery for mothers-to-be

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists have warned that there is a concerning variation in the standards of care that women are receiving […]

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End of life care in NHS Hospitals not good enough

A report by The Royal College of Physicians found that only 16 out of the 142 hospitals in England offer face-to-face palliative care specialists […]

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Negligent doctor cleared by tribunal to continue to practice

A hospital doctor who gave a patient a vasectomy by accident has been allowed to continue to practice by a medical tribunal panel. The […]

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Defective flu jab lead to spike in deaths in 2015

The flu vaccine given to millions of people in the UK last winter has contributed to the biggest spike in deaths since the 1960s, […]

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Cosmetic dental procedure damaging oral health

Oral health is being damaged by beauticians offering teeth whitening, and selling illegal whitening kits. Using dangerously concentrated chemicals to whiten people’s teeth, beauticians […]

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