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  • NHS Surrey stops funding for IVF and tattoo removal
    News

    NHS Surrey stops funding for IVF and tattoo removal

    2010-11-15T19:26:00Z

    IVF treatment for women under 39, cosmetic procedures and other low priority interventions will no longer be funded in Surrey.

  • London trusts top of patient complaints list
    News

    London trusts top of patient complaints list

    2010-10-19T10:00:00Z

    London hospitals are the subject of more serious patient complaints than any other type of secondary care trust, a review by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Ann Abraham reveals.

  • Trusts not meeting equality requirements
    News

    Trusts not meeting equality requirements

    2010-09-02T00:00:00Z

    More than 90 per cent of NHS organisations could be failing to meet their legal requirements to publish equality documents, a consultancy firm has warned.

  • COPD service in East Surrey
    HSJ Knowledge

    COPD services

    2010-07-16T07:00:00Z

    Dr Elango Vijaykumar and Dr Joe McGilligan describe how internal integration of existing resources and external support from a pharmaceutical company have provided a structure to improve the care of people with COPD.

  • Kevin Barton imperial integration project director lambeth pct
    News

    Imperial recruits PCT chief in integrated care drive

    2010-07-08T00:00:00Z

    Imperial College Healthcare Trust has hired a primary care trust chief executive to lead its work to become an integrated healthcare organisation.

  • PCTs face redesign backlashes as cost cuts loom
    News

    PCTs face redesign backlashes as cost cuts loom

    2010-01-14T00:00:00Z

    Primary care trusts face a tough year attempting to convince the public that service redesigns are in the best interests of patients and cost-saving measures are inevitable.

  • Three trusts given equality compliance notices
    News

    Three trusts given equality compliance notices

    2009-12-09T00:00:00Z

    Three trusts face legal action for breaching the Race Relations Act unless they take prompt steps to address racial inequality, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has warned.