Widow of man who died after medics missed signs he was having a heart attack is suing NHS and private ambulance services

A widow whose husband died after a private ambulance crew failed to spot he was having a heart attack is suing an ambulance trust. 
The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust has apologised to Kim Page for the death of her husband Gary after an investigation uncovered a series of failures. 
The leader of the crew was described as 'complacent' for not acting on the concerns of a more junior colleague.
Mr Page, 54, died at home in February, 12 hours after the pains in his chest and arm were dismissed as possible signs of heartburn, indigestion or a pulled muscle.
Last month a coroner... read more

6 October 2016 in Health, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail

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