On the 4th March 2014 Unison completed its annual ‘staffing levels’ survey. Nearly 3000 nurses and midwives from across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland took part in the survey which spot tests working conditions over a 24 hour period.
On the day of the Continue Reading →
BUPA have come under fire this week for ‘bribing’ their customers to use the NHS for complex operations. An anonymous cardiac patient showed a national newspaper a letter he received from the private health care giant offering him a ‘fixed sum amount’ if he decided to use the NHS. The Continue Reading →
A Leicestershire mother has been awarded five figure damages following the death of her Daughter at the Leicester Royal Infirmary in 2010. The hospital recently admitted that the care provided fell ‘below an acceptable standard' after 28 year old Rebecca Joy Tealby of Market Harborough passed Continue Reading →
After a five year legal battle, a Leicestershire mother has received substantial damages for the delayed diagnosis and treatment of a birth injury that left her incontinent.
After an uneventful pregnancy, the claimant (K), a 31-year-old woman, was admitted into hospital on 8th November 2007, six Continue Reading →
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