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Margaret Keenan: First UK person to get the Pfizer jab gets booster
24 Sep 2021 17:00
The 91-year-old got her booster in Coventry alongside the matron who administered her first dose.
Covid: Cancer backlog could take a decade to clear
24 Sep 2021 01:06
Research identifies 20,000 missing patients in England - and warns more staff and equipment are needed.
QE Hospital Birmingham: Winter looms with staff 'hanging on by a thread'
24 Sep 2021 14:43
A hospital consultant says workers at the QE in Birmingham are already under "immense" pressure.
Covid: How can missing five million be persuaded to have the jab?
23 Sep 2021 01:19
Headlines have focused on teenagers and booster doses - but millions still haven't had a first jab.
'Giving birth left me needing a colostomy bag'
23 Sep 2021 01:40
Former triathlete Kayleigh Adams endured a fourth-degree tear that led to her needing a colostomy bag.
Annabel Wright: Family 'made aware' of Roaccutane adverse effects
23 Sep 2021 15:54
Annabel Wright, 15, had been using Roaccutane in the months before she died, an inquest hears.
About Abridge Surgery
Our service will deliver safe, high quality services, providing excellence at all times.
To ensure that all patients and their carers have a positive experience.
To provide our patients with an environment which is comfortable, relaxing and friendly.
To understand the needs of our patients and involve them in decision-making about their treatment and care.
To operate on a financially sound basis.
To ensure that all staff have the competency and motivation to deliver the required standards of care.
To ensure that all members of staff have the right skills to carry out their roles competently.
To respond positively to feedback from our service users, their families, other health and social care professionals and our own staff.
To continuously seek ways in which our services can be improved