The challenges of navigating the NHS

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"Advisers are increasingly recognising the importance of good quality support services to ensure their clients have as much help as possible should they suffer ill health," RedArc's Christine Husbands
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"Advisers are increasingly recognising the importance of good quality support services to ensure their clients have as much help as possible should they suffer ill health," RedArc's Christine Husbands

RedArc's Christine Husbands highlights the extra support available to policyholders relying on the National Health Service at times of need

The Guardian newspaper reported that more than two-thirds of respondents in a recent poll said they considered the establishment of the NHS to be Britain's greatest achievement [1], but nevertheless the institution is taken for granted by so many of us. Whilst there may be some short-comings, if we develop a serious health condition or have some form of major accident, then we know that we can rely on the emergency services and the NHS. However, over-stretched resources means that less ...

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