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|Subject: National Health Care at work||Date: 11/16/2012 9:50 AM|
|Author: telegraph||Number: 655454 of 744600|
Your future under Socialized Medicine
A dementia-suffering pensioner was sent home from hospital with a tube still in her arm, barefoot and naked except for an open-backed NHS gown.
Lily Winfield, 77, from Barnsley, was admitted to Barnsley Hospital last Wednesday, after suffering a mini-stroke.
The mother of seven was discharged on Saturday, and was sent home in an ambulance because her daughter, Joy Stafford, with whom she lives, was at work.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2233899/Dementia-suf...
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Sorry...we needed your hospital bed, we had quotas to meet on 'saving days of admission', and you had to go. Ready or not
But we met our quota so our bonuses are safe.
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