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23 minutes ago, j2bad said:

So how much of our health service budget is paying for oh so clever fat sedentary slobs who do nothing all their lives to keep themselves trim then despite having money, place immense stress on the NHS because they won't take financial responsibility for their shit life choices?

Well that’s Howard Quayle sorted.

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10 hours ago, woolley said:

Nobles' administration certainly can't be trusted to do anything, that's for sure.

Couldn't agree more. When I was admitted and asked about allergies I told them about penicillin. I was treated and released two days later. Shortly after I had a relapse and was taken back in. I was asked again about allergies. I mentioned the fact that I had been in two days earlier and that I was still allergic to penicillin. The nurse said "we can't remember everything" 

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18 minutes ago, Neil Down said:

Couldn't agree more. When I was admitted and asked about allergies I told them about penicillin. I was treated and released two days later. Shortly after I had a relapse and was taken back in. I was asked again about allergies. I mentioned the fact that I had been in two days earlier and that I was still allergic to penicillin. The nurse said "we can't remember everything" 

To be fair, it wasn't the nurses fault.  And no matter how "fool proof" you make a system, there is still a human element involved.

Mistakes will happen, which when it comes to health care, people don't want to hear but that is the reality of life.

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3 minutes ago, RIchard Britten said:

To be fair, it wasn't the nurses fault.  And no matter how "fool proof" you make a system, there is still a human element involved.

Mistakes will happen, which when it comes to health care, people don't want to hear but that is the reality of life.

Don't be ridiculous Richard. With the knowledge that I had been admitted two days earlier there was no excuse not to know.

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1 minute ago, Neil Down said:

Don't be ridiculous Richard. With the knowledge that I had been admitted two days earlier there was no excuse not to know.

We could argue the thousand different ways in which this mistake could or could not have been made.

But that will solve nothing.  The fact is, a mistake was made by someone, and luckily it was noticed and hopefully rectified before there was any serious repercussions.  It happens.

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On ‎22‎/‎01‎/‎2018 at 8:31 AM, Neil Down said:

Couldn't agree more. When I was admitted and asked about allergies I told them about penicillin. I was treated and released two days later. Shortly after I had a relapse and was taken back in. I was asked again about allergies. I mentioned the fact that I had been in two days earlier and that I was still allergic to penicillin. The nurse said "we can't remember everything" 

If I had known I would have called to see you...and brought you flowers..DNS....loL

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