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QUIZ: What does your NHS look like?

What does ‘YOUR’ NHS look like?

Which of the images below reminds you of the NHS, if any? Please tell us in the comments below WHY you were drawn to these images, or any other images you’d like to see here.

 

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  1. health care free to all at the point of delivery irrespective of and individuals ability to pay. Picture one because it demonstrates a GP checking the B/P of a service user.
    2nd picture showing some of the aspects of NHS care available when the NHS was born in 1948 for many people who had been denied healthcare because they were unable to pay prior to 1948.
    3rd picture because it shows a baby and in 1948 enable women to seek ante partum, intrapartum and post partum care available to all women. Which had a major impact on women and babies morbity and mortality for the first time. Which led to major reduction in child mortality.

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