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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

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Hi John - you are not the only one to call for that! Those that object tend to say it is against the ethos of the NHS - free at the point of access - and then could be the thin edge of the wedge. Given the continuing rise in admissions, I do think bold measures will need to b taken, but there may be more effective/less potentially bureacratic approaches to consider.

Then,
If the drinkers get charged will the number of people reporting to the hospital drop in number???

Why Dont the N H S Charge anybody who comes into the emergency department of any hospital who are under the influence of drink the cost of there care and for any type of bandage or medicine to the full price OF THE DOCTORS time
expertise, and of course the Nurses.

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