Medics save mother of the bride’s life – then take her to daughter’s wedding in ambulance

Bournemouth Echo: HOSPITAL PRAISED: Frances Wilkins in hospital HOSPITAL PRAISED: Frances Wilkins in hospital

A DEDICATED team of hospital staff managed to get a mother of the bride to the church in time in an ambulance – after saving her life.

Grandmother and mum of three Frances Wilkins, 56, was rushed into the Royal Bournemouth Hospital’s Acute Medical Unit (AMU) with an acute headache and loss of movement in both her arms.

Staff worked round the clock to get to the root of her condition as distraught daughter Elizabeth Bolton saw the chances of her mum making her wedding narrow by the minute.

Elizabeth said: “Dr Tanzeem Raza came to check up on mum on Friday afternoon and I just told him to get my mum well as I was supposed to be getting married the next Friday.

I couldn’t imagine mum not being there on the most important day of my life.”

When tests for infections, cancers and meningitis failed to identify the cause of Frances’ symptoms, the consultant requested a specialist MRI scan.

He said: “I spoke urgently with my radiology colleague, Dr Paula McAlinden, who went out of her way to perform a very specific type of MRI scan which is generally not available out of hours.”

Frances was then diagnosed with Churg-Strauss syndrome – an extremely rare life-threatening disease attacking the respiratory system and vital organs – and was immediately started on a course of treatment.

Frances said: “If they hadn't diagnosed me when they did, I either would have had very severe brain damage or not been here at all.”

However Frances was still very weak, so staff set up an iPad to allow her to watch her daughter’s wedding over the internet from her hospital bed.

But Sister Kelly Spaven reorganised the rotas to ensure Frances could be escorted to the wedding by staff nurse Beth Tucker and they travelled together by ambulance to the wedding.

Bride Elizabeth said: “I didn’t know mum was going to be there until the last minute.

“When I’d walked down the aisle, I just ran over and gave her a big hug, it was really emotional.”

Frances added: “This hospital has been fantastic and the care I received was outstanding, especially the way they got me to the wedding.

“It was way beyond their jobs and I wouldn’t have made it to the wedding without them.”

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6:49pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Hessenford says...

A story of praise for a change within the Royal Bournemouth Hospital.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Bolton on her wedding and so glad her mum could make it the her special day.
On the other hand it does bring into question why a life saving scan is not available in, so called,out of hours.
This story suggests that had it not been for the sake of her daughters wedding Frances Wilkins might well have died if this life saving scan was delayed.
People can suffer illness at any time of the day or night, why are hospitals allowed to withdraw vital life saving services after 5pm, illness can strike 24 hours a day 7 days per week 365 days per year, why are these services shut down for two thirds of the year.
Tony Spotswood will use the excuse of not having the available money to pay for these services but surely it is cost effective to detect serious illness early as opposed to detecting it later to avoid any one person needing much more complicated treatment and a much longer stay in hospital, I would hate to think how many people may have expired because some radiographer was fast asleep and a MRI or CT scanner could have saved their life.
A story of praise for a change within the Royal Bournemouth Hospital. Congratulations to Elizabeth Bolton on her wedding and so glad her mum could make it the her special day. On the other hand it does bring into question why a life saving scan is not available in, so called,out of hours. This story suggests that had it not been for the sake of her daughters wedding Frances Wilkins might well have died if this life saving scan was delayed. People can suffer illness at any time of the day or night, why are hospitals allowed to withdraw vital life saving services after 5pm, illness can strike 24 hours a day 7 days per week 365 days per year, why are these services shut down for two thirds of the year. Tony Spotswood will use the excuse of not having the available money to pay for these services but surely it is cost effective to detect serious illness early as opposed to detecting it later to avoid any one person needing much more complicated treatment and a much longer stay in hospital, I would hate to think how many people may have expired because some radiographer was fast asleep and a MRI or CT scanner could have saved their life. Hessenford
  • Score: 11

9:05pm Wed 20 Nov 13

David2433 says...

Hessenford wrote:
A story of praise for a change within the Royal Bournemouth Hospital.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Bolton on her wedding and so glad her mum could make it the her special day.
On the other hand it does bring into question why a life saving scan is not available in, so called,out of hours.
This story suggests that had it not been for the sake of her daughters wedding Frances Wilkins might well have died if this life saving scan was delayed.
People can suffer illness at any time of the day or night, why are hospitals allowed to withdraw vital life saving services after 5pm, illness can strike 24 hours a day 7 days per week 365 days per year, why are these services shut down for two thirds of the year.
Tony Spotswood will use the excuse of not having the available money to pay for these services but surely it is cost effective to detect serious illness early as opposed to detecting it later to avoid any one person needing much more complicated treatment and a much longer stay in hospital, I would hate to think how many people may have expired because some radiographer was fast asleep and a MRI or CT scanner could have saved their life.
This is a ridiculous slant on the story - It is obvious that the scan was available because there was an emergency need, and had nothing to do with the forthcoming wedding!
[quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: A story of praise for a change within the Royal Bournemouth Hospital. Congratulations to Elizabeth Bolton on her wedding and so glad her mum could make it the her special day. On the other hand it does bring into question why a life saving scan is not available in, so called,out of hours. This story suggests that had it not been for the sake of her daughters wedding Frances Wilkins might well have died if this life saving scan was delayed. People can suffer illness at any time of the day or night, why are hospitals allowed to withdraw vital life saving services after 5pm, illness can strike 24 hours a day 7 days per week 365 days per year, why are these services shut down for two thirds of the year. Tony Spotswood will use the excuse of not having the available money to pay for these services but surely it is cost effective to detect serious illness early as opposed to detecting it later to avoid any one person needing much more complicated treatment and a much longer stay in hospital, I would hate to think how many people may have expired because some radiographer was fast asleep and a MRI or CT scanner could have saved their life.[/p][/quote]This is a ridiculous slant on the story - It is obvious that the scan was available because there was an emergency need, and had nothing to do with the forthcoming wedding! David2433
  • Score: 6

9:26pm Wed 20 Nov 13

GAHmusic says...

as nice as it is to help this lady I am slightly concerned at how resource can be diverted for such a trivial thing as a wedding when it is already in such short supply. Surely tieing up a nurse and ambulance for this trip risks other patients who may have had a more pressing need, like trying to live.
as nice as it is to help this lady I am slightly concerned at how resource can be diverted for such a trivial thing as a wedding when it is already in such short supply. Surely tieing up a nurse and ambulance for this trip risks other patients who may have had a more pressing need, like trying to live. GAHmusic
  • Score: -9

9:39pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Hessenford says...

David2433 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
A story of praise for a change within the Royal Bournemouth Hospital.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Bolton on her wedding and so glad her mum could make it the her special day.
On the other hand it does bring into question why a life saving scan is not available in, so called,out of hours.
This story suggests that had it not been for the sake of her daughters wedding Frances Wilkins might well have died if this life saving scan was delayed.
People can suffer illness at any time of the day or night, why are hospitals allowed to withdraw vital life saving services after 5pm, illness can strike 24 hours a day 7 days per week 365 days per year, why are these services shut down for two thirds of the year.
Tony Spotswood will use the excuse of not having the available money to pay for these services but surely it is cost effective to detect serious illness early as opposed to detecting it later to avoid any one person needing much more complicated treatment and a much longer stay in hospital, I would hate to think how many people may have expired because some radiographer was fast asleep and a MRI or CT scanner could have saved their life.
This is a ridiculous slant on the story - It is obvious that the scan was available because there was an emergency need, and had nothing to do with the forthcoming wedding!
Really, shows how hard you read the story, not generally available out of hours means just that, it would have been delayed until the following morning, these sort of scans are only taken when it is known that life is in danger, in this poor ladies case that was not evident.
[quote][p][bold]David2433[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: A story of praise for a change within the Royal Bournemouth Hospital. Congratulations to Elizabeth Bolton on her wedding and so glad her mum could make it the her special day. On the other hand it does bring into question why a life saving scan is not available in, so called,out of hours. This story suggests that had it not been for the sake of her daughters wedding Frances Wilkins might well have died if this life saving scan was delayed. People can suffer illness at any time of the day or night, why are hospitals allowed to withdraw vital life saving services after 5pm, illness can strike 24 hours a day 7 days per week 365 days per year, why are these services shut down for two thirds of the year. Tony Spotswood will use the excuse of not having the available money to pay for these services but surely it is cost effective to detect serious illness early as opposed to detecting it later to avoid any one person needing much more complicated treatment and a much longer stay in hospital, I would hate to think how many people may have expired because some radiographer was fast asleep and a MRI or CT scanner could have saved their life.[/p][/quote]This is a ridiculous slant on the story - It is obvious that the scan was available because there was an emergency need, and had nothing to do with the forthcoming wedding![/p][/quote]Really, shows how hard you read the story, not generally available out of hours means just that, it would have been delayed until the following morning, these sort of scans are only taken when it is known that life is in danger, in this poor ladies case that was not evident. Hessenford
  • Score: -2

9:59pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Beth888 says...

Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try! Beth888
  • Score: 13

10:08pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Hessenford says...

Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
[quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where. Hessenford
  • Score: -3

10:14pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Beth888 says...

Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
[quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated! Beth888
  • Score: 10

10:14pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Beth888 says...

Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
[quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated! Beth888
  • Score: 7

10:49pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Hessenford says...

Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.
[quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information. Hessenford
  • Score: -5

11:01pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Hessenford says...

Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
if you call a woman being left to die by uncaring staff, "the odd negative press" then you're a complete idiot.
[quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]if you call a woman being left to die by uncaring staff, "the odd negative press" then you're a complete idiot. Hessenford
  • Score: -2

11:07pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Gordon Clifton says...

Well done RBH - credit where it's due.
Well done RBH - credit where it's due. Gordon Clifton
  • Score: 7

11:25pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Beth888 says...

Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.
Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help!
[quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.[/p][/quote]Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help! Beth888
  • Score: 3

11:25pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Beth888 says...

Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.
Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help!
[quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.[/p][/quote]Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help! Beth888
  • Score: 6

11:29pm Wed 20 Nov 13

Beth888 says...

Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
if you call a woman being left to die by uncaring staff, "the odd negative press" then you're a complete idiot.
No you are the idiot for thinking that!!! I am purely highlighting what goes on everyday in a hospital, you obviously are too blinkered to see that, maybe one day you will need their help!
[quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]if you call a woman being left to die by uncaring staff, "the odd negative press" then you're a complete idiot.[/p][/quote]No you are the idiot for thinking that!!! I am purely highlighting what goes on everyday in a hospital, you obviously are too blinkered to see that, maybe one day you will need their help! Beth888
  • Score: 6

6:23am Thu 21 Nov 13

GAHmusic says...

Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.
Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help!
And you'd make a good politician as you still completely avoided answering the question Beth but then your not likely to admit you made it up for dramaticeffect are you
[quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.[/p][/quote]Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help![/p][/quote]And you'd make a good politician as you still completely avoided answering the question Beth but then your not likely to admit you made it up for dramaticeffect are you GAHmusic
  • Score: -6

6:25am Thu 21 Nov 13

GAHmusic says...

Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.
Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help!
And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect.
[quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.[/p][/quote]Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help![/p][/quote]And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect. GAHmusic
  • Score: -6

7:16am Thu 21 Nov 13

Beth888 says...

GAHmusic wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.
Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help!
And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect.
I cannot believe how thick some people can be, it was a random number, but probably quite a realistic one to make people (obviously namely people who have had no experiences with hospitals) realise what amazing work goes on inside a hospital and how many many people dedicate their lives to saving others (just see some of the documentaries on tv) stroke victims, cancer patients, childhood illnesses, trauma patients, ITU patients, rehabilitation teams, the list goes on. Now I go right back to my first post, which relates to you, boring critical people that have nothing better to do in their lives but to see the negative!!! All I am stating is the fact, take yourself along to a hospital today and educate your little brain.......... As for the politician comment, pan look closer than you realise!!!
[quote][p][bold]GAHmusic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.[/p][/quote]Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help![/p][/quote]And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect.[/p][/quote]I cannot believe how thick some people can be, it was a random number, but probably quite a realistic one to make people (obviously namely people who have had no experiences with hospitals) realise what amazing work goes on inside a hospital and how many many people dedicate their lives to saving others (just see some of the documentaries on tv) stroke victims, cancer patients, childhood illnesses, trauma patients, ITU patients, rehabilitation teams, the list goes on. Now I go right back to my first post, which relates to you, boring critical people that have nothing better to do in their lives but to see the negative!!! All I am stating is the fact, take yourself along to a hospital today and educate your little brain.......... As for the politician comment, pan look closer than you realise!!! Beth888
  • Score: 12

8:11am Thu 21 Nov 13

GAHmusic says...

Beth888 wrote:
GAHmusic wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.
Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help!
And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect.
I cannot believe how thick some people can be, it was a random number, but probably quite a realistic one to make people (obviously namely people who have had no experiences with hospitals) realise what amazing work goes on inside a hospital and how many many people dedicate their lives to saving others (just see some of the documentaries on tv) stroke victims, cancer patients, childhood illnesses, trauma patients, ITU patients, rehabilitation teams, the list goes on. Now I go right back to my first post, which relates to you, boring critical people that have nothing better to do in their lives but to see the negative!!! All I am stating is the fact, take yourself along to a hospital today and educate your little brain.......... As for the politician comment, pan look closer than you realise!!!
Your comments really do you no favours, you took a random number and tried quoting it as fact, you made yourself look silly, you got caught out and now you are squirming. You can say what you like but you wont win this one, I strongly suggest you let it lie and come back when you've realised the echo readers are not dumb enough to believe your nonsense
[quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GAHmusic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.[/p][/quote]Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help![/p][/quote]And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect.[/p][/quote]I cannot believe how thick some people can be, it was a random number, but probably quite a realistic one to make people (obviously namely people who have had no experiences with hospitals) realise what amazing work goes on inside a hospital and how many many people dedicate their lives to saving others (just see some of the documentaries on tv) stroke victims, cancer patients, childhood illnesses, trauma patients, ITU patients, rehabilitation teams, the list goes on. Now I go right back to my first post, which relates to you, boring critical people that have nothing better to do in their lives but to see the negative!!! All I am stating is the fact, take yourself along to a hospital today and educate your little brain.......... As for the politician comment, pan look closer than you realise!!![/p][/quote]Your comments really do you no favours, you took a random number and tried quoting it as fact, you made yourself look silly, you got caught out and now you are squirming. You can say what you like but you wont win this one, I strongly suggest you let it lie and come back when you've realised the echo readers are not dumb enough to believe your nonsense GAHmusic
  • Score: -14

9:11am Thu 21 Nov 13

Beth888 says...

GAHmusic wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
GAHmusic wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.
Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help!
And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect.
I cannot believe how thick some people can be, it was a random number, but probably quite a realistic one to make people (obviously namely people who have had no experiences with hospitals) realise what amazing work goes on inside a hospital and how many many people dedicate their lives to saving others (just see some of the documentaries on tv) stroke victims, cancer patients, childhood illnesses, trauma patients, ITU patients, rehabilitation teams, the list goes on. Now I go right back to my first post, which relates to you, boring critical people that have nothing better to do in their lives but to see the negative!!! All I am stating is the fact, take yourself along to a hospital today and educate your little brain.......... As for the politician comment, pan look closer than you realise!!!
Your comments really do you no favours, you took a random number and tried quoting it as fact, you made yourself look silly, you got caught out and now you are squirming. You can say what you like but you wont win this one, I strongly suggest you let it lie and come back when you've realised the echo readers are not dumb enough to believe your nonsense
Ha haaaaa oh believe me i am not squirming, i just admire what some people do to help others, you are obviously not that kind of person as you have just tried to ridicule the points i have raised above. i have been caught out of nothing, you are the fool! I am not trying to win anything and if you call what these people do everyday nonsense then I believe you should go back under the rock you came from...... Oh and for the record, not all the Echo readers are as narrow minded as you, just check out your thumbs down!
[quote][p][bold]GAHmusic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GAHmusic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.[/p][/quote]Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help![/p][/quote]And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect.[/p][/quote]I cannot believe how thick some people can be, it was a random number, but probably quite a realistic one to make people (obviously namely people who have had no experiences with hospitals) realise what amazing work goes on inside a hospital and how many many people dedicate their lives to saving others (just see some of the documentaries on tv) stroke victims, cancer patients, childhood illnesses, trauma patients, ITU patients, rehabilitation teams, the list goes on. Now I go right back to my first post, which relates to you, boring critical people that have nothing better to do in their lives but to see the negative!!! All I am stating is the fact, take yourself along to a hospital today and educate your little brain.......... As for the politician comment, pan look closer than you realise!!![/p][/quote]Your comments really do you no favours, you took a random number and tried quoting it as fact, you made yourself look silly, you got caught out and now you are squirming. You can say what you like but you wont win this one, I strongly suggest you let it lie and come back when you've realised the echo readers are not dumb enough to believe your nonsense[/p][/quote]Ha haaaaa oh believe me i am not squirming, i just admire what some people do to help others, you are obviously not that kind of person as you have just tried to ridicule the points i have raised above. i have been caught out of nothing, you are the fool! I am not trying to win anything and if you call what these people do everyday nonsense then I believe you should go back under the rock you came from...... Oh and for the record, not all the Echo readers are as narrow minded as you, just check out your thumbs down! Beth888
  • Score: 9

10:07am Thu 21 Nov 13

Hessenford says...

Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.
Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help!
Assumptions now as well as dramatic effect lies, yes I do have past experience of working in hospitals, yes I have been on the other end as you put it and yes I have had family members helped through cancer who are sadly no longer with us so before you make assumptions because I do not support your obvious stupid stats and lies I suggest you think before you assume.
[quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.[/p][/quote]Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help![/p][/quote]Assumptions now as well as dramatic effect lies, yes I do have past experience of working in hospitals, yes I have been on the other end as you put it and yes I have had family members helped through cancer who are sadly no longer with us so before you make assumptions because I do not support your obvious stupid stats and lies I suggest you think before you assume. Hessenford
  • Score: -9

10:54am Thu 21 Nov 13

Dibbles2 says...

GAHmusic wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
GAHmusic wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.
Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help!
And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect.
I cannot believe how thick some people can be, it was a random number, but probably quite a realistic one to make people (obviously namely people who have had no experiences with hospitals) realise what amazing work goes on inside a hospital and how many many people dedicate their lives to saving others (just see some of the documentaries on tv) stroke victims, cancer patients, childhood illnesses, trauma patients, ITU patients, rehabilitation teams, the list goes on. Now I go right back to my first post, which relates to you, boring critical people that have nothing better to do in their lives but to see the negative!!! All I am stating is the fact, take yourself along to a hospital today and educate your little brain.......... As for the politician comment, pan look closer than you realise!!!
Your comments really do you no favours, you took a random number and tried quoting it as fact, you made yourself look silly, you got caught out and now you are squirming. You can say what you like but you wont win this one, I strongly suggest you let it lie and come back when you've realised the echo readers are not dumb enough to believe your nonsense
Where did she say it was a fact? She was making a point and used a number. It could have been 3 or it could have been 400 the point she was making is it doesn't matter how many there are someone will always criticise and you Sir have fallen for the bait and made yourself look like a fool in the process by keeping on about it. Well done.
[quote][p][bold]GAHmusic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GAHmusic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.[/p][/quote]Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help![/p][/quote]And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect.[/p][/quote]I cannot believe how thick some people can be, it was a random number, but probably quite a realistic one to make people (obviously namely people who have had no experiences with hospitals) realise what amazing work goes on inside a hospital and how many many people dedicate their lives to saving others (just see some of the documentaries on tv) stroke victims, cancer patients, childhood illnesses, trauma patients, ITU patients, rehabilitation teams, the list goes on. Now I go right back to my first post, which relates to you, boring critical people that have nothing better to do in their lives but to see the negative!!! All I am stating is the fact, take yourself along to a hospital today and educate your little brain.......... As for the politician comment, pan look closer than you realise!!![/p][/quote]Your comments really do you no favours, you took a random number and tried quoting it as fact, you made yourself look silly, you got caught out and now you are squirming. You can say what you like but you wont win this one, I strongly suggest you let it lie and come back when you've realised the echo readers are not dumb enough to believe your nonsense[/p][/quote]Where did she say it was a fact? She was making a point and used a number. It could have been 3 or it could have been 400 the point she was making is it doesn't matter how many there are someone will always criticise and you Sir have fallen for the bait and made yourself look like a fool in the process by keeping on about it. Well done. Dibbles2
  • Score: 11

2:17pm Thu 21 Nov 13

Hessenford says...

Dibbles2 wrote:
GAHmusic wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
GAHmusic wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Hessenford wrote:
Beth888 wrote:
Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try!
And you have that information from where.
BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated!
Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.
Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help!
And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect.
I cannot believe how thick some people can be, it was a random number, but probably quite a realistic one to make people (obviously namely people who have had no experiences with hospitals) realise what amazing work goes on inside a hospital and how many many people dedicate their lives to saving others (just see some of the documentaries on tv) stroke victims, cancer patients, childhood illnesses, trauma patients, ITU patients, rehabilitation teams, the list goes on. Now I go right back to my first post, which relates to you, boring critical people that have nothing better to do in their lives but to see the negative!!! All I am stating is the fact, take yourself along to a hospital today and educate your little brain.......... As for the politician comment, pan look closer than you realise!!!
Your comments really do you no favours, you took a random number and tried quoting it as fact, you made yourself look silly, you got caught out and now you are squirming. You can say what you like but you wont win this one, I strongly suggest you let it lie and come back when you've realised the echo readers are not dumb enough to believe your nonsense
Where did she say it was a fact? She was making a point and used a number. It could have been 3 or it could have been 400 the point she was making is it doesn't matter how many there are someone will always criticise and you Sir have fallen for the bait and made yourself look like a fool in the process by keeping on about it. Well done.
She distinctly said 50 lives were saved at RBH today and then asked people to criticise that, if some one had said that to me in the street I would say they were quoting fact.
[quote][p][bold]Dibbles2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GAHmusic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GAHmusic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beth888[/bold] wrote: Two good stories about RBH today and the same old boring critical comments!!! RBH saved 50 lives today, oh quick someone criticise that one!!! I'm sure you will try![/p][/quote]And you have that information from where.[/p][/quote]BINGO! Funnily enough, despite the odd negative press, doctors and nurses save lives everyday in a hospital NHS or Private! Some people need to be educated![/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to explain how you know for certain RBH saved 50 lives today, do you have access to patient notes, have you burgled medical archives, do you know a doctor who has now broken the data protection act, just interested to know how you have this information.[/p][/quote]Oh my, your imagination is running away with you - as I say a little educating and you may find out why! Not everyone dies in a hospital you know! Life saving operations and procedures happen every day in a hospital! Obviously you have never been on the end of it yourself or have never had a family member who has been helped through a bad time. And for you info, no I do not work at a hospital, I am not related to a doctor and I have never done anything illegal - you would make a good journalist! Full of bull****! Be thankful that you have not needed their help![/p][/quote]And you'd make a good politician Beth as you completely avoided actualy answering the question. Tell you what I'll do it for you, you made it up for dramatic effect.[/p][/quote]I cannot believe how thick some people can be, it was a random number, but probably quite a realistic one to make people (obviously namely people who have had no experiences with hospitals) realise what amazing work goes on inside a hospital and how many many people dedicate their lives to saving others (just see some of the documentaries on tv) stroke victims, cancer patients, childhood illnesses, trauma patients, ITU patients, rehabilitation teams, the list goes on. Now I go right back to my first post, which relates to you, boring critical people that have nothing better to do in their lives but to see the negative!!! All I am stating is the fact, take yourself along to a hospital today and educate your little brain.......... As for the politician comment, pan look closer than you realise!!![/p][/quote]Your comments really do you no favours, you took a random number and tried quoting it as fact, you made yourself look silly, you got caught out and now you are squirming. You can say what you like but you wont win this one, I strongly suggest you let it lie and come back when you've realised the echo readers are not dumb enough to believe your nonsense[/p][/quote]Where did she say it was a fact? She was making a point and used a number. It could have been 3 or it could have been 400 the point she was making is it doesn't matter how many there are someone will always criticise and you Sir have fallen for the bait and made yourself look like a fool in the process by keeping on about it. Well done.[/p][/quote]She distinctly said 50 lives were saved at RBH today and then asked people to criticise that, if some one had said that to me in the street I would say they were quoting fact. Hessenford
  • Score: -6

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