Leaders of 20 emergency departments have sent a letter to senior NHS managers warning about lives at risk in A&E departments. The leaders fear "toxic overcrowding" and "institutional exhaustion" will not assure safe care to patients.
According to a scathing report by the British Medical Association, a series of coalition policies threaten to have severe deleterious effects on children, spreading inequalities and driving more families to poverty.
In an effort to lower down waiting lists, the NHS in Scotland will be providing only two cycles of IVF to couples who are struggling hard to conceive. The NHS has also banned the obese women from receiving the fertility treatment.
The new policy all around Scotland targets to figure out different conditions for IVF patients across individual health boards. They will be effective from July 1.
A group of doctors has raised warnings lately that the 111 advice line of the National Health Service has proved to be a "problematic" roll-out.
It is being said that the same has caused patients to be unaware of where to go and take help for their medical issue. Patients, according to the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), have lost confidence that the new non-emergency advice line was helpful for them.
Paul Manson, world's fastest man once, posed in nude to enable the NHS chiefs to sanction an operation for him that will cost £60,000.
He had incredibly lost 46st in three years, however, because of excessive weight lost he has got much of the sagging skin. The doctors refused to remove that skin.
Sources reported that the bills for the agency staff have hiked up by £4m in between 2011 and 2012. It suggested that an amount exceeding £12.5m was spent on paying the agency doctors and nurses in the Hereford and Worcester in 2012.