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Queensland Opposition not happy over hiring consultancy

Mr. Bruce Flegg, from the opposition party has strongly opposed the Queensland Government decision of hiring a private consultancy company to examine the different ways to develop the health system // and fixing the charges for health care facilities. Mr. Flegg accused the Government for unnecessarily spending towards private firm for survey and review of health care system. The Health Minister...

Consultant Radiologist, Apologized For Misreporting Breast Cancer Scans

THE doctor, Amjad Husien, working at the Trafford General center apologized today for all the distress and suffering of his patients. // He was accused of misreporting the breast cancer scans, which led to twenty-two women being given the all-safe and fine decision. But now seventeen of those women are very serious because their treatment was delayed by up to two years. ..All this happened when...

Official Criticized For Not Recognizing the Competence of the Consultant Radiologist

About three years back Dr Stephen Elliott was the radiologist consultant Antrim Area Hospital Trust, Northern Ireland. // But concerns were expressed by Department of Health chiefs about the consultant receiving extra money for his work. But the hospital authorities made his payment and also reduced his workload. The shock findings emerged from a major report, prompted by concerns raised by clini...

Consultant Bungles A Kidney Surgery

The General Medical Council was told yesterday about a surgeon Dr Jerome Blanchard who had removed the wrong kidney from a patient, leaving// her with only a diseased one. .. ..The disciplinary hearing was told yesterday that the surgeon in a hurry removed the wrong kidney from a patient and left her dependent on dialysis, as he did not bother to read her medical notes. Dr Jerome Blanchard took...

Health Minister Wants Names of Uncooperative Hospital Consultants

Tanaiste and Health Minister Mary Harney has insisted that hospital consultants who are not referring patients to the National Treatment Purchase Fund (NTPF) //must be named voicing concerns that the NTPF has only seen a fraction of patients from several hospitals that have long waiting lists. ....NTPF chairman Pat O'Byrne commented that there was no valid reason why people should be waiting mor...

Hospitals To Get Extra Consultants To Eliminate A&E Crisis

The Health Service Executive in Ireland is all set to offer rewards for hospitals that deal effectively with accident and emergency overcrowding.// ....The Irish Examiner reports that hospitals may be offered additional consultants in order to help hospitals deal with the A&E crisis, where patients are made to wait for hours together in trolleys. But hospitals must ensure that A&E patients are no...

Pressing Need for Additional Staff Consultants at NHS

Inspite of the continuous demands for additional staff, the count of consultants employed in Scotland's hospitals went up by less than 1% in three months//. The British Medical Association has indicated that the replenishment hardly compensates for the consultant vacancies in the Scotland Health Service. From the recent figures published, it is evident that the number of full time specialists in...

Sultans of Suntans Warned

Australians are leading the world in their obsession for that ‘bronzed and beautiful’ look. But unfortunately, this is not a healthy trend, opine researchers. // ..According to a report published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, the increases in people going in for tanning sessions are alarming. ..This is particularly so when considered in the light of accumulating ev...

Johns Hopkins Medicine Honors U.A.E. Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan

Transformational contribution to support new clinical tower and research at the Baltimore institution Johns Hopkins officials today announced a significant financial commitment to Johns Hopkins Medicine from His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the president of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Most of the gift, made in honor of Sheikh Khalifas late father, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al N...
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