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  • A & E Crisis

    Posted on Thursday, February 8, 2018 by Integrated Care GroupNo comments

    This is one of the worst winter the NHS has ever experienced, hospitals all over the UK are still struggling with the backlash from it. Reports say people are ‘dying prematurely’ in corridors as they are forced to wait for beds. According to a letter from A&E chiefs to the Prime minister, 120 patients a day were being treated in corridors due to a lack of space on wards. Yet the government ...

  • Prime Ministers Questions about A & E

    Posted on Thursday, February 1, 2018 by Integrated Care GroupNo comments

    What are your thoughts. After a recent PMQ (Prime Ministers Questions), we saw Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn questioning our Prime Minister about the current state of our National Health Service (NHS) and demanded an emergency budget to tackle the ongoing winter crisis. This is regarding a dire winter period with people being held in ambulances outside of A&E due to overwhelming amounts of ...

  • How will Brexit affect the NHS

    Posted on Monday, October 16, 2017 by Integrated Care GroupNo comments

    A popular question on the minds of the United Kingdom currently is how Brexit is going to affect the National Healthcare Service (NHS.) Back in June 2016, the majority of the nation opted out of the EU. But healthcare specialists were left questioning what the future of Britain’s healthcare holds for them. With over one million employees and a minimum annual spend of £100 billion, the NHS is ...

  • Does the NHS 111 service add value?

    Posted on Thursday, September 14, 2017 by Integrated Care GroupNo comments

    Does the NHS 111 service add value? Is there enough exposure and educating of the public to understand the purpose and need for the 111 service? NHS England states the 111 service is meeting increasing demand. BMA GP NHS 111 lead Charlotte Jones says, anecdotally, “GPs have reported patients being referred with colds, sore thumbs and other conditions that could have been treated safely by ...