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NHS Receives 200 Ambulance ‘Birthday Present’

July 10th, 2018

In these difficult economic times, any funding given to buy diagnostic equipment for NHS services in the UK should be celebrated, and given it’s the NHS’s 70th birthday this year, a government fund supporting the purchase of 256 new ambulances is certainly cause for celebration.

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NHS Left With £960m Deficit In 2017

July 6th, 2018


The NHS provider sector has been left dealing with an overspend from 2017-2018, with a surge in patient demand leading to this part of the health service registering a deficit of £960 million by year end.

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NHS Spending On Medical Equipment Falls

July 4th, 2018

It’s no secret that the NHS is struggling financially, with ever growing pressures in a number of areas. The period of austerity has led to budget cuts for the NHS and many other services provided by the government, but a new report shows the extent to which these cuts are having an impact.

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Funds Raised To Buy Defibrillators For Sports Clubs

July 3rd, 2018

One man has raised £33,000 to fund defibrillators for a number of sports clubs, allowing them to have access to this potentially lifesaving piece of equipment.

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How Technology Is Shaping Healthcare

July 2nd, 2018

There are constantly new advances in technology in the field of healthcare, with new treatments, equipment and methods being developed and shared within the profession.

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NHS Budget Cuts Sees Deterioration Of Medical Equipment

June 28th, 2018

NHS patients in the UK are being treated with old medical equipment of poor quality, as a result of steep budget cuts, findings from a recent survey has revealed..

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Stronger Hospital Governance ‘Necessary’ To Improve Patient Safety

June 27th, 2018

New analysis of the quality and safety of care in independent hospitals in England has found that overall, core services are safe, effective, caring and responsive to the needs of patients… but there is variation in quality among the 200 or so hospitals inspected and rated, and there is room for improvement.

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Thinktank Suggests Plugging NHS Funding Gap With NICs

June 27th, 2018

A leading thinktank has suggested bringing in a radical and progressive tax change to help plug the funding gap in the NHS, with the top 15 per cent of taxpayers paying their fair share of the national health system.

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Cumbrian Hospitals Expanding Renal Services

May 15th, 2018

Two of Cumbria’s hospitals are planning to extend their renal services after coming top in a national patient satisfaction survey in this area of care.

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