Survey explores what doctors think the NHS should be best known for at 70
When the National Heath Service celebrated its 70th birthday on 5 July, a survey by online network doctors.net.uk found that doctors felt that healthcare free at point of delivery (209 votes) is what the NHS will be most remembered for. In terms of importance, this was followed by universal access to healthcare (207 votes), over-managed service (125 votes), inadequate numbers of clinical staff (114 votes) and ‘misuse' by the general public (103 votes). The survey, which received 1,488 votes...
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