UK NHS heart patients given private options
This article was originally published in Clinica
All National Health Service patients in England who have been waiting more than six months for heart surgery will from today (July 1 2002) be offered a choice to have treatment in a hospital which can do the operation more quickly, whether this is in the public or private sector, in the UK or abroad.
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