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The UK’S NHS — a crisis in the making

By Rob Verkerk PhD
Founder, executive and scientific director ANH-Intl

Too big for it’s own good?

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is the 5th largest employer in the world. 1,258 more words


Awarding large contracts to multiple SMEs instead of a single large firm has saved the Government £billions

The Government’s Chief Procurement Officer, Bill Crothers, recently announced savings of £1.4bn from centralising the public procurement process and £1.8bn from the better management of government contracts in 2013/14. 36 more words

Wilford Grove surgery

A report to the Council’s Health scrutiny panel on the closure of the closure of the Wilford Grove GP surgery has been pulled when it became clear that an assertion that the had been no community protest had only been because the community had not been told. 250 more words

Old Meadows

Health Service Denied to IVF treatments, HIV positive men and cancer patients

Britain: Infertility charities say proposals to limit fertility treatment to those with cancer and HIV positive men are ‘appalling and unbelievable’

NHS limits IVF to HIV positive men and cancer patients  Photo: Alamy… 626 more words

Any alcohol increases dementia risk, middle aged are warned

Millions  of adults will be advised how to reduce the risk of dementia as part of an NHS MOT given from the age of 40 … 793 more words

Edited Highlights: 'Amputation'

History will show that those who chose to amputate parts of the National Health Service will not have a leg to stand on

Faith, hope and dementia: ‘Why did God give me Dementia?’

Sometimes I invite guest bloggers, from other specialities, to post on the Blog. The only trouble is that they do it so much better than me. 1,038 more words

Worcester Acute Trust News