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NHS staff wouldn't want relatives treated at their own hospitals

4th February 2013

A survey of NHS workers has revealed that many medical staff would not want their relatives treated in their own hospital.

A quarter of doctors, nurses and other staff admitted that they did not have a high opinion of the standards at their own NHS unit in the poll, which specifically asked if they would recommend their organisation to friends or relatives. The worst trust was Croydon, in South London, where 30% of staff said they would not recommend it to friends or family.

 

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Title: NHS staff wouldn't want relatives treated at their own hospitals
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23669
Date Added: 4th Feb 2013

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