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Socialised healthcare is doomed to provide good service to patients, that is the golden rule!

“Seventeen NHS hospitals are among 26 healthcare providers that are failing to operate with safe staffing levels, the Care Quality Commission has said. The Daily Telegraph says the health watchdog issued the hospitals with warnings after carrying out inspections as recently as November last year. “

JUST 17? How many tens of thousands of people ‘s health does THAT out at risk then?

And then those unbelievable cynics in Labour – who released the information, surprise surprise – said the findings reflected a “toxic” combination of cuts and reorganisation.

But the decision to balance staff levels lies with the Hospitals and I bet that the numbers of bureaucrats and administrators have been sustained!   The NHS has one primary function – to look after the massive management structure that sustains it. It is a Stalinist monstrosity.

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11 thoughts on “OUR LETHAL HOSPITALS!

  1. Rule No.1:- ‘Protect the system at all costs!’.

    Rule No.2:- ‘Never accept responsibility’.

    Rule no.3:- ‘Always apologise profusely, within the constraints of Rule No,2’

    Rule no.4:- ‘Repeat the phrase, – ‘Lessons have been learned’, often.

    Rule No.5:- ‘Always look concerned’.

  2. but david vance can’t expect good service from socialised health care if he is calling for cuts to the public service. He suffers from confusion, if he wants a good service he needs to pay for it through taxation so its free at the point of use and can be there for him when he needs it, or opt out and go private. I’m betting his nhs doctor would cost him, at least he can be seen without a huge bill to pay for when he is sick. Or will he never get sick.

    Want a good service..well you get what you pay for…you want cuts to the public service then this is the result…

  3. David

    This can happen in any system of service provision.

    Austerity can be an opportunity to improve things if we can get beyond the intellectually limited notion that more money automatically means better and less money means worse. If we get the right people doing the right analysis, employing meaningful organisational learning we can find a way of using resources much more effectively.

    Less money is a good thing if it stops rubbish initiatives.

    Doing better with less needs us having the right people in the right place taking informed managed risks. I don’t have a lot of confidence that we are there. So we will need money to correct avoidable mistakes.

  4. That is actually one of the biggest potential savings – not having to clear up the mess of past failures. Even more money saved if we stop repeating them.

  5. Kateyo,

    There may be some confusion, but isn’t that a lot better than the delusion you seem to suffer from?

    Your delusion stems from the assumption that anything ‘state run’ will automatically be ‘well run’. As experience in so many fields has proven, this is seldom the case.

    The NHS has suffered from those who see it as a ‘free service’, – as likely having paid little or nothing in contributions – and consequently, and as to be expected, abuse the system by overuse with petty and trivial problems.

    That drunks and druggies are accepted at any A&E as ‘in need of treatment’, has to be a travesty and an insult to the basicically good intentions on which the NHS was formed, and which are still present within the NHS.

    That the NHS is also seen as a haven for that most useless of public sector employee, – i.e. – the bureacrat!, has to be accepted as a large part of the problem.

  6. Aileen,

    See Rule No.4 above.

    Why that seems to be ignored so frequently is the general incompetence, not to mention the arrogance, of your average bureacrat.

    They see the phrase as nothing more than a Cameronesque ‘comment filler’, – to be spoken but – ‘heavens forbid’, never acted upon. Indolence reigns supreme in their little world.

  7. Its easy to imagine a world without the NHS. Just look at the utter failure of the free market to provide a common good in the USA. It cant. And contrary to common ideology liberty is enhanced not limited by knowing there is a service there which will treat illnesses and save lives without bankrupting anyone.

    No doubt David and Ernest were fully private all their lives and never had to suffer the ignominious yoke of the NHS.

  8. Daytripper,

    The ‘free market’ – which, of course has never been free, has always provided for the genuinely sick and ill. No being left in the gutter to die, either here or in the US, ever! The worst of all worlds is what the NHS has become, and what the US will be getting.

    Interesting to see you also think the NHS is ‘ignominious’ service.

  9. “Its easy to imagine a world without the NHS”

    Yep! just imagine – clean wards, nurses that speak English, no coughing, swearing loudmouth druggy in the next bed, who stank like a polecat, and the bonus – no fear of inevitably catching some virus infection that is likely to kill you if the nurses bad attitude doesn’t. Yep! – more a dream than imagination I would say..

  10. Hospitals can be harmful in more ways than can normally be imagined:

    http://www.sundayexpress.co.uk/posts/view/370439/Jimmy-Savile-was-part-of-satanic-ring

    – JIMMY SAVILE beat and raped a 12-year-old girl during a secret satanic ritual in a hospital. The perverted star wore a hooded robe and mask as he abused the terrified victim in a candle-lit basement –

    Five years after the hospital attack, he abused a second victim during another black mass ceremony held at a house in a wealthy London street. The woman was 21 at the time and was made to attend an orgy, which later took on a darker twist.
    “Along with other young women, the victim was shepherded to wait in another room before being brought back to find Savile in a master of ceremonies kind of role with a group wearing robes and masks. She too heard Latin chanting and instantly recognised satanist regalia. Although the girl was a young adult, who was above the age of consent, she had suffered a history of sexual abuse and was extremely vulnerable.”

    Both victims contacted Dr Sinason, who is president of the Institute of Psychotherapy and Disability, while she was involved in a Department of Health-funded study into sexual abuse committed during rituals and religious ceremonies. She said: “Both these witnesses did speak to police at the time but were vulnerable witnesses and on encountering any surprise or shock did not dare to give all the details.”

    The police (freemasons?) took no action. –

    However, as we all know, there is no such thing as satanic rituals – those are just ‘conspiracy theories’. Let’s just sit with our heads up our arses like Frank 🙂

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