Mother who lost son due to NHS mistakes welcomes new baby



A mother whose 12-month-old son died due to NHS blunders has given birth to a baby boy.
Melissa Mead, who lost her son William to sepsis in December 2014, gave birth to Arthur William Mead on Tuesday.
He weighed 7lbs 11oz - the exact same weight as William.
William died after GPs, out-of-hours services and a 111 call handler failed to spot he had sepsis caused by an underlying chest infection and pneumonia.
A report into his death said opportunities were missed to save the little boy's life after his parents were repeatedly told he just had a cough.
Mrs Mead, from Penryn in Cornwall,... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 27
Source: Belper News
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