Nearly 1,200 people have starved to death in NHS hospitals because 'nurses are too busy to feed patients' | Mail Online
Nearly 1,200 people have starved to death in NHS hospitals because 'nurses are too busy to feed patients'
- For every patient who dies from malnutrition, four more have dehydration mentioned on their death certificate
- In 2011, 43 patients starved to death and 291 died in a state of severe malnutrition
- Department of Health branded the figures 'unacceptable' and said the number of unannounced inspections will increase
But it's free!
In this news item, the irony is tragic and blunt: Ex-NHS chief dies waiting for op at her own hospital
A FORMER NHS director has died after waiting nine months for emergency stomach surgery at her own hospital.Waiting nine months for "emergency" surgery, that what 100-percent government-run health care will do for you.