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2 hrs ago | Blackburn Citizen
The promise to make improvements on ward C14 came after bosses launched a new initiative to invite unhappy patients and family members to their meetings, to talk through their experiences.
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Bosses at the Chesterfield hospital insist the closure is only temporary - but were this week unable to confirm when the ward will reopen.
Delays in discharging patients from hospital while they are waiting for social care to be arranged are costing the NHS in England about A 100 million each year, a documentary has revealed.
She remains close to the family, as she does with many of the patients who come through the labor and delivery unit at CHRISTUS Spohn Alice.
The campus has been home to Indiana's veterans since 1896, when individual counties had a direct role in caring for their war-bruised and battered Civil War veterans.
Karen Skelton is editor in chief of the Shriver Reports and coordinating producer of the HBO documentary "Paycheck to Paycheck."
Unions have accused ministers of 'taking a scalpel' to pay and plunging morale to new levels, with some warning of industrial action in the coming months.
If it's after 7 a.m. and you're reading this, you've likely missed the demolition of the Iowa Methodist School of Nursing building.
Mrs Tong, the director nursing and quality at Dorset County Hospital , has spoken of the pledge she has made for NHS Change Day.
The Care Quality Commission praised the charity's Tring base, from which nurses travel to patients in West Herts and Bucks patients to care for them in their own homes.
THE announcement that about 600,000 NHS staff in Worcestershire and across the country will receive only an incremental pay rise has come under fire.
Nurse Jane Pearce has been awarded a certificate from the Multiple Sclerosis Nurses International Certification Board, while Nona Toothill, Airedale's urology specialist, has been shortlisted for a national nursing award.
The bill would charge people who batter doctors, nurses, or other health workers with a felony punishable by up to 3 years behind bars.
A NURSE branded "incompetent and inexperienced" had been suspended from her job for numerous errors before taking care of a man who died as a result of a ventilator being switched off, an inquest heard.
A claim by the Royal College of Nursing that a "reckless policy" of job cuts has left the NHS with thousands fewer senior nursing posts, has been denied by Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The acute stroke unit, acute medical unit and Avon 3 are closed, but all other wards as well as Kidderminster Hospital and Redditch's Alexandra Hospital are now open as normal.