Tuesday, 14 April 2009

How Many More Mid Staffs in NHS? The Answer

The answer to last month's question is 10.
What a disgrace. I thought perhaps 4 or 5. But 10. That's awful, and what is more the NHS Central Management do not intend to do anything about it? The excuse is something about 'already under scrutiny' and I don't think!, or 'they are not really that bad'.

If these ten are about the same size as Mid Staffs then the NHS are killing, or causing the early deaths of, 4,400 people each year in these 11 trusts alone, and what is more they are getting away with it.

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