Doctors’ leaders have welcomed changes being made to GP contracts in Wales which will reduce bureaucracy and improve access for patients to GP surgeries.
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Over 200,000 Londoners have waited more than four hours for treatment in London’s A&Es over the past year.
The NHS lost 445 nurses in the last month, meaning that there are now 5,890 less nurses than there were in May 2010.
Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones has used his first press briefing following the Summer recess to launch a robust defence of the NHS in Wales.
TweetOn Saturday 14 September the people of Lewisham will host a victory parade and party to celebrate the High Court ruling which – for now at least – has saved their hospital. By the standards of judicial language, this ruling was pretty robust. The judge quashed Hunt’s decision to downgrade Lewisham’s A&E and maternity services, […]
A High Court judge has quashed plans by the government to cut services at Lewisham hospital.
Nye Bevan has been rolling in his grave so much this year I doubt he can remember whether he’s facing up or down. After NHS privatisation was finally sealed in April, the principal of free and publicly accountable universal healthcare is now being further undermined by talk of GPs charging patients for their appointments.
It is increasingly obvious that citizens worldwide are becoming disenchanted and disengaged with established government. This has been manifest in various forms of political and economic meltdown.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has endorsed an article by the party’s health spokesperson which calls for people to be allowed to pay to skip A&E waiting times.