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Eating Disorder Report

5 days ago

Amber Valley Neighbourhood Team

The community mental health team are sited here. Dr Horton is diligent in his work and listens to the concerns of the service user and their carer/family. It is easy to contact the consultant via the secretary and there is a very good coffee morn ...

Eating Disorder Report

1 week ago

Stepping Hill Hospital

My wheelchair-bound, disabled husband spent 11 days in an acute ward in Stepping Hill with an infection, and wasn't got out of bed once during that time. Other men were sat on chairs at visiting time, but my husband was always in bed, even thoug ...

Eating Disorder Report

1 month ago

East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS non-emergency patient transport)

I have always had hospital transport to attend orthotics, orthopaedics clinics as I am severally disabled through polio as a child. I phoned up this week to book transport to Kingsmill Hospital [I always have the volunteer ambulance drivers] to b ...

Eating Disorder Report

2 months ago

Goyt Valley Medical & Dental Practice

I tried to get hold of the surgery to book an appointment. The website said they were open but no one was answering the phone. I went to the surgery in Chapel. The front door opening hours said they should have been open but they were closed. I t ...

Better Integration Needed of Frontline Services

John Simmons, a director at independent health and social care watchdog Healthwatch Derbyshire, questions whether the political commitment to better integrate health and social services is translating into improving frontline services for people in the county. Much has been said over the past few years about the need to better integrate health and adult care […]

Lessons To Be Learnt On Public Information About Future Healthcare

One of the main aims of the NHS over the next few years is to re-focus the support it offers for people suffering ill-health. Care and treatment will be increasingly provided in people’s own homes and in their own communities rather than in hospital or long-term residential care.  This transition has been the subject of […]

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