Public concerns over private health services

Public concerns over private health services

The Government project to privatise the health service by the back door has brought up evidence of a poorer quality of service for patients, as feared. 19 Patients in Devon given cateract operations by a private hospital paid by the NHS are having their surgery...
NHS to sell our records

NHS to sell our records

The NHS belongs to all of right? We pay for it, it’s our service. But soon we will be paying in a different way, as the NHS intends to sell our records to firms willing to pay – insurers, employers etc – anyone who is willing to pay money for stuff...
HealthWatch Event

HealthWatch Event

only two weeks to go until the Event from our partners over at HealthWatch.  It is for HealthWatch members, and promises to be a really informative day where you can find out more about Healthwatch Wolverhampton, what it is and what it can do for you and your family....

State of Care

The Care Quality Commission has published its third annual report on the state of health and adult care in our nation. The report is divided into four main sections: The shape of health and social care provision Access to care services Choice and control Quality and...

Right to die – right to live

On Wednesday 27th July disability rights campaigners from the anti-assisted suicide group Distant Voices, will stage a mock execution of a wheelchair user outside Parliament. The Distant Voices stunt is aimed at giving greater publicity to a different view on assisted...

Activeyes

Activeyes is a group run by and for visually impaired people. If you have a visual impairment and would you like to share your experiences with other people who have a visual impairment, join Activeyes support group – they meet at The Lock Works Cafe Bar at...
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