Safety checks for private clinics30th September 2009
Private clinics used to cut NHS waiting times in England are to undergo safety checks after a patient died during a routine operation.
Dr John Hubley bled to death during a gall bladder operation at Eccleshill Treatment Centre in Bradford in 2007. Evidence subsequently came to light that there were no emergency blood supplies on site and key medical equipment was unavailable. The Care Quality Commission is now planning to look into procedures at all Independent Sector Treatment Centres.
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Title: Safety checks for private clinics
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 12793
Date Added: 30th Sep 2009