"Surgeons from Sweden, Denmark and Finland were flown into Britain between 2003 and 2006 as part of a £3million scheme to speed up hip and knee replacements.Read the rest of the story.
But concerns were raised about the quality of the work carried out and many patients fear the surgeons were insufficiently trained or skilled.
More than one third of people operated on at Weston-super-Mare General Hospital (WGH), Somerset, had an unsatisfactory result and six legal cases are now being considered."
Saturday, 29 August 2009
The envy of the world?
The NHS is the envy of the world? Really? The Mail reports that: