Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Hey Sicko, check this out!

I think Michael Moore won't be checking this great example for the short comings of the so called "Universal Health Care".
Experts have criticized the standard of trauma care in the NHS, after a study found too many patients were not given the right tests or seen by suitably experienced staff after being admitted.

The biggest problem with big government: expectations.
And Mr McGinn said the findings of the National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death do not surprise him.
The report has revealed over half of patients are not given good enough treatment as staff are often too inexperienced.
He said: "It is all about money these days. But everybody pays their taxes. There should be enough money to do the jobs properly."

R.I.P. Kid


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