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Creating a team of a million people who are grateful for the NHS to help boost morale so we can provide the best possible care; grassroots campaign by NHS staff
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Dr Amir Khan GP 11h
Been to visit My lovely elderly neighbour who has been discharged home from hospital The is amazing and to get her home has provided: A hospital bed for her home A portable toilet A wheelchair Home physio/nurse/OT input All without a bill at the end! She is delighted 😁
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NHS Million Jun 15
If everyone who has ever been grateful for the NHS followed and retweeted we’d reach a million by midnight. We’d also love to hear your reasons why with the hashtag
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amy 11h
Eternally greatful💙 Without the NHS my nana wouldn’t have lived 14 years after her first cancer diagnosis, neither of my grandads would’ve seen us grow up, my family would be in dreadful debt. I couldn’t be more thankful. Thank & support the them. We need the NHS💙
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NHS Million 11h
It is astonishing to think that a man who has done so much damage to the NHS is: (a) Proud of his record with our health service (b) A realistic contender to be Prime Minister Please RT if you agree he should be nowhere near leading the country
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Anita Brough 12h
NHS has cared for and saved my twin grandsons born 13 weeks early on Easter Sunday. Now thriving and almost ready for home. My gratitude will never be enough, thank you to the NHS and all the dedicated staff who we take for granted.
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Davos 12h
I support the NHS because of the care they have provided me.and every member of my family and all my friends and their families oir whole lives. Please follow and RT.
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Katherine Wildman 👩🏻‍💻 Haydn Grey 14h
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NHS Million 14h
If you look at the 20,000+ positive tweets we generated yesterday you will see they are ALL directed at the NHS, not us. By the way, everyone involved in NHS Million works for the NHS in various roles. So again, kindly check your facts before tweeting.
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NHS Million 14h
Please spare a RT for all the dads who have left their children today to go and care for other people Happy Father’s Day!
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NHS Million Jun 15
Can you please do 3 quick things to help increase the NHS community on Twitter? 1. RT this post 2. Tweet why you support the NHS with the hashtag 3. Click on the hashtag and follow those who have posted Thank you!
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Mhairi Jun 15
The NHS has saved my life twice, so far, first when I was born and second nearly four years ago, when I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I am grateful every single day for the NHS
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Sian 24h
For saving my husband's life when he was suddenly diagnosed with sepsis, pneumonia and AML. For every member of EVERY team who continue to care for and treat him. Waiting now for surgery and then second round of Chemo, we trust and have faith in you. ❤
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Tracy Jun 15
I know what the American healthcare system is like 🙄
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Jo Jun 15
My Dad couldn’t be saved, but the care he, and us as a family, received from was excellent. Anniversary of his death tomorrow. Forever grateful to our beloved NHS.
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Caroline Ash Jun 15
put my sister and her friend back together a few weeks ago after an RTA and have been utterly amazing every step of the way. Can’t thank all those kind, clever and caring people enough.
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Antony Tiernan Jun 15
Much respect to the team behind - has been trending all day on Twitter with thousands of people showing their love for the NHS and its staff 👍👍👍
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Alice Caldwell Jun 15
The saved my mum's life four separate times and supported her kidney transplant for 14 years. The only thing that eases the pain of not having my mum around anymore is knowing that the NHS did everything in its power to maximise her time on earth. We must protect.
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Laura McCartney Jun 15
They have saved my son Tom’s life many times over. He has a quality of life which would not be possible without an NHS. They saved my life with cancer treatment, back surgery and ongoing mental health support. We ❤️ our NHS
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NHS Million Jun 15
Dear NHS staff, If you ever doubt how appreciated you are, please check out the thread from today. 10,000+ tweets of pure gratitude. Love from, Everyone Else
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