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Imagine waking up after 11 months


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5 minutes ago, stokiescum said:

Fuck me the nhs gave him Covid twice now think about that

Yes astonishing. Nothing new though. In my opinion nhs cleanliness has gone downhill when ward cleaners on permanent contracts were tossed aside and replaced by contract cleaners.

I’d like to see the headlines questioning how a coma patient can contract Covid twice in hospital.

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2 minutes ago, Van Lady said:

Yes astonishing. Nothing new though. In my opinion nhs cleanliness has gone downhill when ward cleaners on permanent contracts were tossed aside and replaced by contract cleaners.

I’d like to see the headlines questioning how a coma patient can contract Covid twice in hospital.

To be fair the lodgers mother was a cleaner at the nhs.she was a filthy fucker.anyway another thing they started to do was train the cleaners to feed the patients I’m not kidding .even if your a very clean cleaner it’s got to be a higher risk of cross contamination 

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1 hour ago, Van Lady said:

I’d like to see the headlines questioning how a coma patient can contract Covid twice in hospital.

Ridiculous indeed.

And yet we are meant to believe that having had Covid, you can get it again, ergo there is no immunity. Either that or one of the tests is a false positive.

Bet he had no symptoms!

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15 hours ago, sarahbell said:

I haven't clicked the link but thought of my own spin on a post-apocalyptic film. 

Imagine you wake up in a hospital after 11 months and no one you once knew has gone (they're all still there)!

And yet the shit that put you in the hospital a year ago is STILL going on!

28 Fortnights Later. 

Out in all good cinemas now Stream now on Netflix. 

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Equality isn't always the best way to get things done.

Hospitals were much better run when Matron had virtually full autonomy. Usually a middle aged battleaxe who had to fight her way through the ranks. Fierce enough that even doctors were scared of her. Anything that went wrong was her fault, which gave her a mandate to make sure things were done her way. Matron made sure that there were enough cleaners and that the cleaning was done to her standards.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, jm51 said:

Equality isn't always the best way to get things done.

Equality means the complete idiots in society have an equal if not louder say alongside with those who are not or know what they are doing.

As the idiots don't know when to shut up they generally win hence the rise of particular left-wing politicians etc.

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2 hours ago, jm51 said:

Equality isn't always the best way to get things done.

Hospitals were much better run when Matron had virtually full autonomy. Usually a middle aged battleaxe who had to fight her way through the ranks. Fierce enough that even doctors were scared of her. Anything that went wrong was her fault, which gave her a mandate to make sure things were done her way. Matron made sure that there were enough cleaners and that the cleaning was done to her standards.

Absolutely spot on.

Back in the 1960s, before my mum worked in A&E, she was a Matron.  After she died, my brother told me that the nurses and especially the cleaners all hated her because she didn't take any crap from them, and made damn sure that the place was spotless.  If a cleaner didn't do their job properly, they got a massive bollocking. and repeat offenders got the boot.

At that time, hospital acquired infections were almost unheard of.

When it all got outsourced to private contractors, if a cleaner did a shit job, all the NHS staff could do was complain to the outsourcing company, who promptly just shrugged their shouders and did fuck all to sort it out.

Yet the public are worried that the government might privatise the NHS in the future?  They have no idea.

Edited by Lipid
Typo. As usual...
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