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Wednesday, 18 April 2012

"Hospital Report To Undergo Major Surgery Before It's Release!!!"

Secret hospital report could be published next week


Secret hospital report could be published next week

A SECRET report that found patient safety standards at the General Hospital are years behind UK standards could be released next week.

Lawyers for the States are working with the Health and Safety Inspectorate to go over the report, despite three States department refusing to release it undergo last week.

Health Minister Anne Pryke said a redacted version could go out next week, but it is thought that lawyers want names to be removed before the report can be published.

The Aitkenhead report came to light during the inquest into the death of Joseph Vasse, a 75-year-old man who died at the General Hospital in 2008 after routine hernia surgery.

8 comments:

  1. So the Health Inspectorate who are responsible for standards in Health are working with the lawyers employed at tax payers expense to remove names probably their own, now get this because, health standards they are employed to maintain, are years behind the Uk.

    Can you believe this crap, and why are the Government allowing their employees to get away with it.

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  2. Health-care matters are part of the remit of the new SSTAG - the Social Security and Tenants Action Group.
    View the first in depth interview with Housing Minster Green on their new SSTAG blogsite at sstagjsy.blogspot.com/
    then get out of your armchair and find out how to join as a supporting member.
    And you had better join Ian before that op!

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  3. From what I know about the hospital it is a dangerous place, particularly the surgical side. However I still think staff names should be redacted from the report, for the reason that States employees are usually unable to defend themselves from criticism without breaching their contracts of Employment. Also is it not an assumption that it will be just names that are removed. My concern is that critical comments will also be deleted.

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  4. My concern is that "ANYTHING" could, and probably will be deleted. Why else would they first decide in favour of blocking the report completely, then change their minds after the initial outrage???

    I know they are thick, but this beggars belief!!!

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  5. Actually the report was completely secret, it was only mentioned at the inquest of the loss of the gentleman who died at the General Hospital after having an operation for a Hernia problem.

    Thats when it was outed and can you believe this the JEP got interested. I guess even staff at the JEP are worried about health standards. Hope you are feeling better Ian good to see your blog up again.

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