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Rachel Clarke Jul 26
Told today by a nursing friend of her 16 pence pay rise. That’s right. 16p. Hunt’s dazzling pay rise figures (repeated unchallenged by mainstream media) gave my most wonderful NHS colleague a quarter of a kitkat this month. Is this how you’ll “” too, ?
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GawkerMcr🏳️‍🌈 14h
The NHS has saved my life at least twice. I don't miss appointments. Neither should you. Take Wolfies advice people and turn up. No shows just aren't cool or right.
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🐺Wolfish 16h
And while I moan about non-attendees, I am also a health service user and I attend my booked appointments or get in touch if there’s a problem. Practice what I preach! Even when they’re at awkward times! I’m getting this care for free. I’m not gonna complain!
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Stephen O'Donnell FBPE 🔶 6h
Hey Mathew 🔶 (), thank you for following me
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Dr Lauren Gavaghan Jul 26
When this govt tell you they don’t believe a word of it. Once again, exceptionally hard-working NHS nurses have been duped, with no pay rise. If govt truly loved the NHS, they would start treating staff with respect. Without nurses, there is no NHS.
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Gemma Berrill 💚 Jun 21
So proud of the 1st nurse in the Baker family; my sister a&e won customer service health and wellbeing award!
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Kzaz #FBPE #WeAreSodem #IamEuropean 🇪🇺 Jun 19
Replying to @EvendenKenyon
I struggle with pain management too (arthritis). I hope the latest treatment will help you!
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Matt Hancock Jul 20
HERE’s my first speech as Health & Social Care Secretary, setting out how we’ll improve patient wellbeing by - Valuing the NHS & social care workforce - Transforming tech, starting with a new £487m fund - Prevention being better than cure
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Kate Lippiett Jun 23
Curiously beautiful spaces in hospital to sit, reflect and eat sushi.
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Dr Laura Blakemore Jun 18
These charges would make A&E attendance an expensive outing for many, for example recurrently wheezy children or those presenting in status. I wonder if the charges impact on the timely presentation unwell patients, including those with sepsis. 🤔
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Lindsay 🇪🇺 Jun 18
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maggie etheridge Jun 20
In the last 2 weeks, family members have needed to use the NHS. Fairly straightforward, non major events, no medication. I've calculated the cost of treatment to be near £4,000. Imagine having to pay for that upfront, or how much the insurance costs would be for a family
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Rachel Clarke Jul 24
Er. It’s another real terms pay cut. For staff already running on empty to keep a desperately underfunded NHS afloat. It’s an insult, basically, and it makes your “” ring embarrassingly hollow.
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lynne richardson Jun 18
Exactly right. stop dragging it down and restructuring
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Jeremy Corbyn for PM 8 Apr 18
Our NHS staff are amazing. They see terrible things, work unreasonably long hours & do their best to take care of the nation to the best of their ability under huge stress. There's always a smile and reassurance there to make you feel better.
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Pádraig Belton 2 May 18
Carlotta dislocated her elbow, a small thing and I was able to pop it back into joint, but took her to A&E to make sure everything was in good order. It took five minutes to be seen; another two to be sent on our way rejoicing. In America, this would've cost us $845.
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Matt Hancock Jul 24
This pay deal increases doctors and dentists’ pay across the board this year, and is a first step in agreeing a multi-year future settlement - all part of making our NHS workforce the best in the world.
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Liz Keogh Jun 12
So apparently silent migraines are a thing. All the aura with none of the pounding headache. I mean, I'm grateful that I didn't get a pounding headache, but losing vision for 20 mins was weird as hell. (Local medical centre have checked that it's not a stroke. )
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Matt Hancock Jul 24
Thoroughly enjoyed my first Health Oral Parliamentary Questions outing today where I paid tribute to our incredible health & social care workforce & underlined my heartfelt love for the NHS
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Julian Patterson Jul 24
Dear , you'll soon find that your credibility with the NHS is in inverse proportion to the number of times you use and similar virtue signals. No doubt the comms people have advised you to be more passionate than J Hunt. As usual, they're wrong
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