Neglect 'contributed' to pensioner's hospital death

A coroner has condemned a London hospital's alleged failure to examine an emergency patient for two-and-a-half hours and described claims that a nursing sister tried to cover up the blunder as 'inexcusable and reprehensible'. St Pancras coroner Stephen Chan heard last week that 89-year-old Albert Range was admitted to the ...

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