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Patients left on beds in emergency department clinical area at GWH - Swindon Advertiser

Swindon AdvertiserPatients left on beds in emergency department clinical area at GWHSwindon AdvertiserPatients left on beds in emergency department clinical area at GWH. By Reece Chaplin @ReeceChaplin Reporter. Patients left on beds in reception at GWH. PATIENTS were left on beds in corridors at the Great Western Hospital in the emergency department.Patients left on beds in emergency department clinical area at GWH ...This Is Wiltshireall 2 news articles »

Why this summer's heatwave is a bonanza for blood-thirsty Bristol bed bugs - Bristol Live

Bristol LiveWhy this summer's heatwave is a bonanza for blood-thirsty Bristol bed bugsBristol LiveThe hot summer might have brought us tans, parched grass and long days in the sun, but now we are paying for it - with billions of bed bugs. The hot weather is being blamed for shortening the reproductive cycle of cimex lectularius - the common bed bug ...and more »

Celebrity Big Brother only has 8 beds – but 14 stars so who'll be sharing with who? - The Sun

The SunCelebrity Big Brother only has 8 beds – but 14 stars so who'll be sharing with who?The SunTHE new Celebrity Big Brother house only has eight beds - so some stars are going to share a bed if they want a good night's sleep. But, who'll be sleeping with who? Will Psychic Sally have to jump into bed with Dan Osborne - something she would never ...

1000 beds and 300-seat eating hall part of £105-million Durham Uni project - The Northern Echo

The Northern Echo1000 beds and 300-seat eating hall part of £105-million Durham Uni projectThe Northern Echo1,000 beds and 300-seat eating hall part of £105-million Durham Uni project. By Press Association Reporter. Show caption. See all 5 photos images. 1,000 beds and 300-seat eating hall part of £105-million Durham Uni project. The Mount Oswald scheme will ...and more »

Local nonprofit partners with Lowe's to build beds for kids - KEZI TV

KEZI TVLocal nonprofit partners with Lowe's to build beds for kidsKEZI TVEUGENE, Ore. -- A group of volunteers in Eugene spent Saturday morning building beds for kids in need. The local nonprofit Sleep in Heavenly Peace partnered with the Lowe's Hero Program, for their first bunk bed build held outside of Lowe's on 11th Street.

SALES AGENTS REQUIRED - HYDER BEDS - Cabinet Maker

Cabinet MakerSALES AGENTS REQUIRED - HYDER BEDSCabinet MakerHyder Bed Ltd was born through the infusion of three small bedding companies. It manufactures and distributes its range of products direct to the trade as well as to clients such as specialist retail/internet stores nationwide using its bespoke service.

Best storage beds for adults - Evening Standard

Evening StandardBest storage beds for adultsEvening StandardA storage bed is one of the best ways to do this. Not only does it offer a discreet stashing option but it also utilises what would otherwise be dead space. If you're tired of having to lie on the floor every time you want to fish out a pair of shoes ...and more »

Shortage of intensive care beds and radiologists puts NHS on red alert - The Times

The TimesShortage of intensive care beds and radiologists puts NHS on red alertThe TimesThe combination of a severe shortage of radiologists and a lack of intensive care beds is magnifying an acute crisis in Scotland's health service, ministers have been told. One health board, Highland, has conceded that it will have to start sending ...Twin warnings on Scotland's NHS as radiologists put country on 'red ...iNewsall 5 news articles »

Virtual reality, smart beds and digital programmes could transform ... - The Independent

The IndependentVirtual reality, smart beds and digital programmes could transform ...The IndependentSocial prescriptions”, smart beds and digital programmes for diabetes are among the futuristic innovations which could transform the NHS in the near future, ...and more »

Pope in Ireland: Dublin hospitals free up beds to deal with influx - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphPope in Ireland: Dublin hospitals free up beds to deal with influxBelfast TelegraphAs part of the Irish health service's medical event plan, patients will be discharged "where medically appropriate" to ensure that extra beds are freed up. Organisers fear there will be a large number of casualties and hospital admissions will spike ...Hospitals actively discharging patients to free up beds for Pope's visitBreakingNews.ieAugust 14, 2018 - TwitterTwitterall 174 news articles »

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