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Oliver & Co Hosts Free Clinical Negligence Drop-in Clinic

Posted on September 11th 2023

Drop in to see a member of the medical negligence team for some free, tailored legal advice in a relaxed yet confidential environment. What it is: Free Medical Negligence Advice Drop-In Clinic Where it is: Tŷ Pawb Learning Studio, Market Street, Wrexham, LL13 8BY When...

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Shrewsbury Maternity Scandal

Posted on May 6th 2022

A shocking recent report has found catastrophic failings at the Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Hospitals Trust which has contributed to the death of hundreds of babies and mothers over the last 20 years. The investigation began due to a cluster of 23 families’ cases causing...

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Quality inspection raises concerns regarding maternity care at NHS Trust

Posted on June 5th 2020

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) have recently rated two hospitals under the East Kent Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as “requiring improvement”. Investigations were launched into the hospitals’ maternity departments as practices were identified as potentially posing risks to expecting mothers and their babies. In the...

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Don’t be deterred: The importance of seeking necessary medical care during the COVID-19 pandemic

Posted on May 18th 2020

Since the beginning of lockdown and the coronavirus pandemic, hospitals have witnessed a huge decrease in people attending A&E for emergency care. Although the government guidance throughout the last couple of months has been to stay at home, one of the most vital exceptions to...

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One to One Midwives Claims

Posted on August 2nd 2019

Who are One to One Midwives? One to One Midwives is a midwife service which offered NHS care to mothers-to-be, specialising predominantly in home births. The service launched in 2011, covering a wide range of areas across the North West of England. The purpose of...

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“Doctors could be struck off if they fail to apologise to patients”

Posted on September 18th 2014

A recent report by the Telegraph describes how Doctors could be struck off for failure to “blow the whistle” on a colleague soon enough or for not apologising to patients and their relatives when they make a mistake, under new proposed rules being set up...

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Rise in Complaints Against Doctors – Scaphoid Fracture

Posted on August 21st 2014

A recent report by the BBC commented upon the rise in complaints against Doctors according to a report commissioned by the General Medical Council. Complaints against doctors doubled between 2007 and 2012. An investigation into the cause of the rise in complaints was launched and...

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