THE former Health and Social Services minister has questioned why the new board has delayed a Health Care Review report from being debated.
CANCER charities are hopeful that with the amount of awareness and support work being carried out, Guernsey will see a reduction in the disease in the coming years .
GUERNSEY’S first public-access defibrillator was unveiled yesterday by a football star whose life was saved by one.
EVIDENCE has emerged that Guernsey’s smoking ban in public and workplaces has struggled to contain lung cancer rates.
CANCER rates in Guernsey dwarf those in Jersey and the south-west of England, latest figures have revealed.
HEALTH and Social Services could make a £2m. profit per year if it ran the accident and emergency service in-house under a revised model, one States member believes.
PROFITS of approaching £1m. a year are being made by the private company providing the island’s accident and emergency service, according to consultants employed by the States.
IF the hospital’s accident and emergency service was in any way failing then the company which provides the service and Health and Social Services would receive more complaints, the department’s minister has said.
A PRIVATE company providing the island’s accident and emergency cover appears to be being paid three times to do so, it has emerged.
MEMBERS of the Policy Council have complained to the States Code of Conduct Panel about Deputy Mike Hadley’s claim that lives are at risk in The Princess Elizabeth Hospital’s Accident and Emergency Department.
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