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20:34 EST, 17 June 2014 View comments Patients should be charged up to £10 to see their GP, according to nurses. They argue the fees would generate vital NHS funding while also deter patients from making appointments and then failing to show up.
The Navajo Nation Head Start (NHS) program has, for the first time in two decades, passed a federal review and is in full compliance with strict federal mandates for the program. Because of the successful review the Navajo Head Start program can get
In fact, Royal College of Nursing general secretary Peter Carter says he has "never seen them so angry". This much was plain before their annual conference even got under way in Liverpool this week. At 08:15 on Monday, more than 200 gathered around
If you're a nurse, striking means abandoning your patients,' Dr Peter Carter told RCN representatives. Photograph: Alamy The leader of Britain's nurses has urged them not to strike over the government's "insulting" pay offer and suggested instead
Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Hospital bosses' pay has been rising far faster than that of frontline NHS staff during the service's unprecedented financial squeeze, prompting angry claims by nurses' leaders of double standards. Senior NHS managers'
Ambulances are seen at the Accident and Emergency department of St...David Cameron used to say that his priority could be summed up in three letters: NHS...The word in Westminster is that, on the advice of Lynton Crosby, the Prime Minister has asked
Tory MP Sarah Wollaston has spoken out against elements of the reorganisation of the NHS. Photograph: Martin Godwin for the Guardian Two fiercely independent female Tory MPs who have been strongly critical of David Cameron over aspects of NHS policy
Christopher Furlong/Getty Images The number of people waiting for NHS treatment has hit three million for the first time in six years, amid warnings that the growing demand for care means it could soon start routinely missing key targets.
Labour said the government had made it harder to get a GP appointment and hospitals were struggling with the resulting pressure. Photograph: Robert Stainforth/Alamy An unexpected summer crisis is developing in the NHS, with performance in accident
Jeremy Hunt's plan will see 60% of NHS staff denied the 1% pay rise, even though it had previously been approved for all the workforce. Photograph: Neil Hall/PA Midwives could go on strike for the first time in protest at what they say is ministers "