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What the hell is happening, Doncaster has an handfuls of covid patients compared to the peak. Can you get to see a consultant,  can you hell. My Wife has two steel heart valves and has been told she needs to see a cardiologist. This was four months ago she hasn't heard a thing. She finally got to see a GP after a dozen attempts. The triage refused a live session many times saying there isn't any appointments. The GP has said he will chase the consultant appointment up but doesn't hold much hope. This despite him believing she has a serious heart condition.

It's a really serious gripe about our GP service in Conisbrough it takes at least a hour to get through and then somewhere around eight hours later a triage will ring back. I myself have been waiting almost a year to see an optomologist for another series of eye injections. My July appointment has been cancelled and another made for late September. The fifth cancellation. My story is repeated many times on our town fb page. During my volunteer NHS work I see waiting rooms like ghost towns where once they were packed. We can't just blame buffon Boris. The management of the NHS is failing and using Covid as an excuse.

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Another point I enquired about paying for my Wife, if I do she gets in almost straight away. She won't let me though as she has socialist principles.

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What the hell is happening, Doncaster has an handfuls of covid patients compared to the peak. Can you get to see a consultant,  can you hell. My Wife has two steel heart valves and has been told she needs to see a cardiologist. This was four months ago she hasn't heard a thing. She finally got to see a GP after a dozen attempts. The triage refused a live session many times saying there isn't any appointments. The GP has said he will chase the consultant appointment up but doesn't hold much hope. This despite him believing she has a serious heart condition.

It's a really serious gripe about our GP service in Conisbrough it takes at least a hour to get through and then somewhere around eight hours later a triage will ring back. I myself have been waiting almost a year to see an optomologist for another series of eye injections. My July appointment has been cancelled and another made for late September. The fifth cancellation. My story is repeated many times on our town fb page. During my volunteer NHS work I see waiting rooms like ghost towns where once they were packed. We can't just blame buffon Boris. The management of the NHS is failing and using Covid as an excuse.

Chronic under-funding over successive Tory governments have whittled it down to the bone. Then Covid hit. I'm sure there are some management issues that could be improved upon aswell, but if it is that aspect which you are focussing on, then the Tories have done even more of a number on you than I previously thought. You'll be calling for privatisation next to solve it .....

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....We can't just blame buffon Boris. The management of the NHS is failing and using Covid as an excuse.
 
 The NHS isn't just buildings (as crumbling and under-maintained as they are), it's people. That some f*ckers voted to deport.
I'm a fcuking idiot. Clearly.

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Didn't you vote for it to get an extra £350M a week, donny?
They don't think it be like it is, but it do

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In fairness to Donny, it was £350 million* that could be spent on the NHS**.

* It wasn't.
** At best it was only ever going to be shunted off into the private sector G4S or SERCO style.
I'm a fcuking idiot. Clearly.

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In fairness to Donny, it was £350 million* that could be spent on the NHS**.

* It wasn't.
** At best it was only ever going to be shunted off into the private sector G4S or SERCO style.

Donny knows what he voted for.

- 350M a week for the NHS
- Send the foreigns back so his grandson can get a job

So why is the NHS falling apart and why isn't his grandson a doctor yet? He should demand answers.
They don't think it be like it is, but it do

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.....So why is the NHS falling apart and why isn't his grandson a doctor yet? He should demand answers.
 
 If he's asking questions, he ought to ask why Northern Ireland has been Annexed to the EU, the economy driven down the toilet, and over a hundred thousand people unnecessarily killed, while he's at it.

We could do him a list?
I'm a fcuking idiot. Clearly.

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Donny did nothing wrong. Stop bullying him.

He voted for what his tiny mind could understand.

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Plus, Covid has gone and everywhere is open now.  So why can't we all huddle together in a Waiting Room with coughs and colds?

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We need some foreigners to help staff our threadbare NHS again.

What?!

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It gets worse and in livid and worried sick.

My Grandaughter who is diabetic and has thyroid issues is really ill. We called an Ambuout and they said we can make you an   out if hours or take you in. My Grandaughter decided to see the out of hours as she is in extreme pain in her stomach and hip area and has been for over a week. Her Doctors have told her four times they will ring her but no call. Hence the deterioration in her condition. The out of hours suggested pancreautus and sent her to hospital. The A&E took  bloods but failed to give her the scan recommended by the out of hours GP before sending her home.

Today her Mam has phoned an Ambulwho again said A and E or her own GP. Her GP triage said no appointment for a week. The Paramedic agrees its possible Pancreautus but my Grandaughter won't go back to Doncaster after eight agonising hours in there last night. The NHS helpline has another appointment at an out of hours GP 15 miles away. Which she is taking. I'm pretty sure she will be admitted but she will only go to Barnsley as Doncaster said they are to busy to give her the scan to confirm the diagnosis. She has four children which we are taking away for a week tomorrow and she should be coming that won't happen though. The Doctor at Doncaster Emergency leafed through a book before sending her home.

Incidently three weeks ago she was admitted and we were told she would have died if we hadn't called the Ambulance when we did, her organs were closing down rapidly. If anything happens to her I would never recover she means everything to me.
 

 

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I'm sorry to hear that donny. I hope she's okay.
I'm a fcuking idiot. Clearly.

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Yes, hope she's soon on the mend.

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Thoughts are with you.