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'Job shortages threat' to NHS
« on: Jun 25, 2005, 05:55 »
Doctors' leaders are warning thousands of trainee medics could quit the NHS because of a shortage of posts.



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Re: 'Job shortages threat' to NHS
« Reply #1 on: Jun 25, 2005, 10:53 »
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Doctors' leaders are warning thousands of trainee medics could quit the NHS because of a shortage of posts.



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What happened to the Labour Governments pledge to make the NHS Service better. It get worse under Labour.

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Re: 'Job shortages threat' to NHS
« Reply #2 on: Jun 25, 2005, 11:19 »
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Doctors' leaders are warning thousands of trainee medics could quit the NHS because of a shortage of posts.



BBC News | News Front Page | UK Edition
Updated every minute of every day


What happened to the Labour Governments pledge to make the NHS Service better. It get worse under Labour.


Hear Hear I have been under a consultant at UHND for nearly 2 years in that time I have seen him 4 times an average of 6 months between appointments. I see the Dr who refers me for a test I wait 3 months for the test then 3 months to see the Dr again to be told the test was inconclusive and I need another one and the whole cycle starts again

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