National Health Service
LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 18: Protestors attend a demonstration against privatisation of the National Health Service on May 18, 2013 in London, England. Demonstrators from various groups including London residents, medical staff, trade unions are calling on the Government to alter their plans for hospital closures and to decrease provision of NHS services by private companies.
GPs are fed up of being blamed. It was GPs who had to step in to rescue his botched introduction of the NHS 111 system. GPs are fed up being the whipping boy for all this.
I am relieved he has been locked up for 12 years but the horror of what happened to me and the other women is a life sentence and will remain with us forever ... I'm sad to admit it, but I have lost faith in the NHS.
The ultimate aim of the AHSN will be to help develop better technology and make better use of the skills of NHS staff, providing it with the tools necessary to tackle the changing needs of the population and ensuring that patients get the care they deserve.More quotes »
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Whitstable Times published Councillor praises NHS staff after illness
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Life-saving plea made to Halton residents
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Five minutes with ... Emma Stanton, chief executive of Beacon UK
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South Wales Evening Post published We must get rid of Trusts
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