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Hospital staff ‘did nothing’ when a patient started choking – Metro

05:13 EDT 24 Aug 2017 | Life Sciences Health

MetroHospital staff 'did nothing' when a patient started chokingMetroHealth inspectors were forced to intervene as staff at a hospital reportedly did nothing when a patient started choking. Two staff from Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth were close to a patient when they started choking on their meal 'but did not ...Portsmouth hospital 'fed patients pills in ice cream'BBC NewsScathing inspection report on care and safety standards at Hampshire hospital trustNursing TimesCare home inspections are not fit for purpose. Providers need support, not more scrutinyThe GuardianBradford Telegraph and Argusall 7 news articles

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