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Caring for A Family Member After Surgery

Posted on the 18 May 2020 by Cheekymeeky
Caring for A Family Member After Surgery

Early Signs of Medical Negligence to Be Aware Of

Although it's your healthcare provider's responsibility to be there for you throughout your illness or injury and make sure that no further harm comes to you, sadly there is always room for medical practitioners to make mistakes. This is especially true for healthcare provided by the NHS, which has recently made headlines for being deeper in debt to medical negligence claims than ever before. As a patient, nobody wants to go through further pain, discomfort and stress, only to then face a lengthy legal battle with their healthcare provider when they should be resting and recovering at home. Whilst it's on the shoulders of those working in the healthcare industry to provide patients with the highest possible standard of care, it's important to be aware that medical errors have the potential to be made, particularly in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare environments where staff are stretched to working long shifts with scarce breaks.


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