The Death Machinery of the NHS

As I remarked during that video, the viewer might find the title somewhat exaggerated; and I would robustly defend my remarks.

Months after my beloved’s death, a death following a heart attack after recovery from the operation, and a death after she was given absolutely nothing to stay, or prevent, or indeed help recover from that attack: and after her Inquest where the hospital’s action and inaction was defended with the words, “It could possibly have been handled better,” I received formal apologies and expressions of condolence from the hospital.

My wife is dead, there is nothing I can say which can describe the grief I felt. I even contacted the Health Secretary to complain about the methods whereby a patient’s ultimate journey is judged and set by STATISTICS; his office replied, simply defending the status quo.