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Sure thing tardy caca libiots... just as soon as YUO can show a good goobermint system in the UK! PWN3D!

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/2018/01/03/perpetual-crisis-nhs-will-not-remedied-without-deep-reform/
The word “crisis” is all too readily attached to the NHS, especially at this time of year. With hospitals flooded by elderly flu victims and managers forced to cancel thousands of planned non-urgent operations, the service is once again said to be in crisis.

The Labour Party and the health unions claim it is the worst ever, but their memories are wilfully short. Almost from its inception in July 1948, the NHS has been in financial difficulties. Within a few years, prescription charges and eye test fees were introduced to help relieve the pressure. Ever since, there have been sporadic emergencies to which successive governments have responded with structural reforms or more money or both.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/01/03/nhs-bosses-beg-families-look-hospital-patients-home-amid-soaring/


Families have been begged to come and collect their elderly, and look after them at home, amid a growing NHS beds crisis.

The urgent public notice came as 24 hospital trusts had last night declared “black alerts” signalling that they had run out of space or staff, and were taking extra measures.

This time last year, just two hospital trusts had issued such warnings.

Bedford Hospital NHS trust yesterday issued an “urgent” public notice pleading with relatives to offer help, as its bed occupancy reached 100 per cent.

The trust urged families to stay at hand, and be prepared to look after frail relatives at home, so beds could be emptied as quickly as patients were fit to leave them.

"Many of our patients are elderly and require support after discharge, and we ask that relatives support us and their loved ones by helping us discharge patients that are medically well to leave hospital; to return to the most appropriate environment such as their own home or a community care home,” the trust said.

The 24 trusts issuing warnings is likely to be an underestimate, as many NHS trusts refused to say whether or not they had been forced to take emergency measures, and such information is no longer published.

Yesterday the Health Secretary apologised to patients whose operations will be cancelled as a result of the mounting NHS crisis.

Typical libs, blame your fukin failures on everyone else but YUO! KA-POWN3D!
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