Fgh hospital

 

If you want to live in the country why cant we fight for it? If you can sit there and say "oh I live in the united states of America" but if I were to ask you would you fight for it and you say "hell no" then you need to get the hell out of this country because we are lucky we arent all sex slaves and labor workers supported by some dictator. We are one of the few country`s that has freedom of speech and all I rights why cant you defend those rights?

There is to many people hiding behind problems that many don't even have. They just want freedom but they don't want to fight for it. If you want something so bad you have to work for it. So if you want your freedom join the military or stop complaining about what the military is doing.

Americans are too complacent, and think the government will take care of them. Now, certainly not all Americans are this way, but far too high of a percentage is. People need to learn to take care of themselves. I don't believe that everyone should be forced into combat (only on a volunteer basis), but everyone should take basic training and serve for at least a year. It would drastically lower crime, increase maturity, make people smarter, more fit, and more appreciative. Although, there would have to be exceptions for those with disabilities or those who are too overweight. We can't force all Americans to be fit.

Fgh hospital

Furness General Hospital (FGH) is situated on the outskirts of Barrow. It has around 268 beds. It provides a wide range of services including Accident and Emergency, medicine, surgery, maternity, outpatients and diagnostic imaging, critical care, end of life care, and children and young people's services, including a special care baby unit.

Medical care services at FGH provided treatment for patients requiring cardiology, gastroenterology, general medicine, medical oncology, respiratory medicine and stroke care. There were 132 medical inpatient beds and 23 day-case beds located across seven wards; Acute Medical Unit (“AMU”), Complex and Cardiac Care Unit (“CCCU”), Ward 6, Ward 7, Ward 9 and Oncology. The division also provided an ambulatory care unit, a clinical investigation unit, an endoscopy suite and specialist day case/rapid access services at the Croslands Centre.

FGH provided a range of elective and non-elective surgical inpatient services. There was also a sub-regional service for upper gastro-intestinal surgery. There were six surgical wards, a day case unit and a theatre suite comprising seven theatres. There were 109 inpatient and 22 day case beds.

If you want to live in the country why cant we fight for it? If you can sit there and say "oh I live in the united states of America" but if I were to ask you would you fight for it and you say "hell no" then you need to get the hell out of this country because we are lucky we arent all sex slaves and labor workers supported by some dictator. We are one of the few country`s that has freedom of speech and all I rights why cant you defend those rights?

There is to many people hiding behind problems that many don't even have. They just want freedom but they don't want to fight for it. If you want something so bad you have to work for it. So if you want your freedom join the military or stop complaining about what the military is doing.

Americans are too complacent, and think the government will take care of them. Now, certainly not all Americans are this way, but far too high of a percentage is. People need to learn to take care of themselves. I don't believe that everyone should be forced into combat (only on a volunteer basis), but everyone should take basic training and serve for at least a year. It would drastically lower crime, increase maturity, make people smarter, more fit, and more appreciative. Although, there would have to be exceptions for those with disabilities or those who are too overweight. We can't force all Americans to be fit.

The Morecambe Bay Investigation was established by the Secretary of State for Health in September 2013 following concerns over serious incidents in the maternity department at Furness General Hospital (FGH).

Covering January 2004 to June 2013, the report concludes the maternity unit at FGH was dysfunctional and that serious failures of clinical care led to unnecessary deaths of mothers and babies.

The Investigation Panel also reviewed pregnancies at other maternity units run by University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust. It found serious concerns over clinical practice were confined to FGH.

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