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Blog Posts with the Tag "nhs"
The recent announcement of a £100 million of capital investment in a new Women’s and Children’s unit at the Royal Cornwall Hospital at Treliske is fantastic news for Cornwall. It will be good to see the Princess Alexandra Maternity wing replaced, as it known to have a short life-span because of serious structural problems. Though the promised injection of cash has been widely welcomed, it has also led to some robust debate with plenty of cynicism from non-Conservative politicians.
Published: 14th September 2019
On 5th July 1948, the Health Secretary Aneurin Bevan launched the National Health Service at Manchester’s Park Hospital.
Published: 7th July 2018
Last winter, the Royal College of Emergency Medicine publicised its concerns that “emergency care in the NHS” was at “crisis point.” At the same time, the Chief Executive of the British Red Cross claimed that the NHS was facing a “humanitarian crisis.”
Published: 21st January 2018
"From my perspective, I share the view expressed in the editorial in last week’s Cornish Guardian, that a political consensus is needed to safeguard the NHS and to properly fund social care."
Published: 22nd January 2017
Following on from our MK National Conference, I have received several requests for the contact details that my son, Dr. Joseph Toms, mentioned at the end of his presentation.
Published: 27th November 2016
Doctor Joseph Toms BSc. MBBS will be one of the guest speakers at the Mebyon Kernow National Conference taking place in the Cornwall Council Chamber at Lys Kernow (County Hall).
Published: 4th November 2016
When I am on holiday, my mind works in a different way. Consequently, a recent week in Stratford upon Avon made me think of a different slant on current issues. I came to the conclusion that the “Leave” campaign is the Trojan Horse of the extreme Right.
Published: 31st May 2016
The old guard of the Tory Party are up against the wall and instead of giving in gracefully to public pressure, they are resorting to the kind of rhetoric last seen in the old Colonial days when the spears were flying thick and fast.
Published: 9th May 2016
Dr. Loveday Jenkin responds to the question posed by the West Briton "What is your view on the future of NHS services in Cornwall and how they are funded?"
Published: 16th January 2015
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