Linda turned up at A&E twice a day. A dedicated team now stops that

Linda turned up at A&E twice a day. A dedicated team now stops that
 

In a desperate effort to get relief for excruciating pain caused by osteoarthritis, curvature of the spine, and abdominal discomfort following surgery, Linda Douglas went to A&E twice a day.
The chronically ill 48-year-old, who lives near Sunderland, was “at the end of [her] rope” because of the constant pain and frequent hospital visits, and felt life “was not worth living”. That was until a new team of health and social care professionals took over her case and improved her quality of life from “six to 99%” in early 2016.
The team comprising her GP, consultant, community matron,... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Health, Views: 35
Source: Guardian
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