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Too Many Deaths – Unqualifed Care and Services in NHS Hospitals

November 19, 2010 Leave a comment
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Unqualifed Care Leads To Too Many Deaths

Frank and Janet Robinson’s son John died after being mis-diagnosed and discharged from Stafford Hospital in 2006.

Regarding the recent enquires in to deaths and mis -treatment and failings and abuse at the Mid-Staffordshire NHS hospital which have lead to 1,200 deaths’ in Mid-Staffordshire.
?Why should people have to suffer this way – ?Why should people who rely on a supposedly "World First Class NHS" Service in the words of the previous priminister.  ?Why dont we get this service.

Working in the Newham NHS Hospital and many other departments in the NHS for six month and further ten months typing out reports i.e cardiology department etc, and other front line departments – one of the many reasons could be that the people working inside of these organisation just dont give a damn when it comes to front lines services and giving these customer/patients the service thy deserve.

It has become a very sad place when emergency services are now start refusing to
go to call outs saying that the emergency victim does not need an ambulance.

Mr Brown the previous Priminister said "the NHS is a World Class Service". who for? if the tax payer cannot use it during his/her working age why should we have such a monstrosity

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Dementia – Elderly Care NHS Public Services – Your time is up

November 9, 2010 Leave a comment
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This article was from the Metro Mail UK September 8 2010 the photo is an illustration to the validity that it has already been published by the Metro Mail. The article said "Brian Fowers weighs 30st (190kg) the article says he was made redundant due to his employer feeling he would crush fellow workers whilst doing his job. He has been awarded some form of pay-out and now is looking towards the NHS for enhanced rate of benefits of thousands of pounds in medical bills.

But from a later reply Victoria,London,W1in the article states "he left his place of work voluntarily". His employer and Brian Fowers identified he had a weight problem which prevented him from undertaking various tasks. This should have been something which should have been taken up whilst he was in employment with his employer and the matter about his weight – if his weight is so serious and interfering with his work the NHS has a responsibility to help him to achieve bringing his weight down.

Getting back to Mr Fowers plight in that he feels he is entitled to enhanced benefits maybe he is he said "he has paid his taxes".

Mr Brown the previous Priminister said "the NHS is a World Class Service". who for? if the tax payer cannot use it during his/her working age why should we have such a monstrosity.

My Opinion (Recommendation)
The NHS is not for show and certainly not a service just "to be seen to be doing"  just to create jobs and careers it is a public service relationship and not paid for just by tax payer contributions their are many other tax paying bodies corporate tax, inheritance tax, fuel tax and all these lots of taxes which the nation as a whole prop up these public services. This tax paying nation also contributes to NHS budgets for training and careers and jobs – picking up the bill for sophisticated equipment and all running costs and overheads.       Taking all this in to consideration these services are not just for show "just seeing to be doing" keeping staff and people in jobs and a comfortable roof over their heads whilst they are at work this is a service also meant for individuals and the public  he/she has paid in to and because the tax payer comes down to an individual person when wishing to use these services people like yourselves put your blinkers on and pick on him/her.

Should there be any doubt in Mr Fower’s medical arrangements with his employer then it is for the authorities to make that investigation.

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Uncreative People on the Backs of the Young

November 8, 2010 Leave a comment
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Ian Duncan Smith is persistant and tunnel visioned he is set out on working jobless people down to the ground because they have been on long term unemployment benefits. He cannot accept that people look for work and THE JOB is simply not their instead he passes the buck and blames it on the jobless. I know I was unemployed for fifiteen years during which time I went for countless interviews about 500 to be exact and never got a job unless you subject yourself into begging at an interview you just get passed by. The best I ever got was temporary work then because of this type of contract your are easily exploited in these organisations it seems to me that Ian Duncan Smith has got no vision in being creative all he sees is looking down a whole and talking to DWP much good they will do. If their is any work going to be introduced whilst people are unemployed they should be getting a proper wage whilst they are under this contract this is more uplifting  and humane  instead of  working people down to the ground which this country seems bent on doing.



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