Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby banjo » Mon Oct 19, 2015 5:08 am

the first two you mention pretty much cover it.a serious assault including the use of knives on an attack of an elderly security person during a botched theft attempt took place last week.police caught the culprit but he managed to escape and there have been no reports of the incident in the media.
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby dazza » Mon Oct 19, 2015 8:49 am

banjo wrote:the first two you mention pretty much cover it.a serious assault including the use of knives on an attack of an elderly security person during a botched theft attempt took place last week.police caught the culprit but he managed to escape and there have been no reports of the incident in the media.


Jeez, that's bad. Can you say where it was?
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby banjo » Mon Oct 19, 2015 11:45 am

golden jubilee dazza.police Scotland have came in for a lot of criticism in the media of late and perhaps they just did not want to add any more fuel to flames.
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby dazza » Mon Oct 19, 2015 11:58 am

banjo wrote:police Scotland have came in for a lot of criticism in the media of late and perhaps they just did not want to add any more fuel to flames.


Sounds plausible, and as it doesn't present a direct threat to the general public it might not be considered to be "in the public interest" by NHSGG&C Communications Dept..
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby RDR » Mon Oct 19, 2015 12:46 pm

dazza wrote:
banjo wrote:police Scotland have came in for a lot of criticism in the media of late and perhaps they just did not want to add any more fuel to flames.


Sounds plausible, and as it doesn't present a direct threat to the general public it might not be considered to be "in the public interest" by NHSGG&C Communications Dept..


Golden Jubilee is a Health Board in its own right so will have its own communication department.
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby RDR » Mon Oct 19, 2015 12:51 pm

The Egg Man wrote:RDR's 'being seen' is misleading. Everyone, almost by definition, is triaged on arrival.


The test, and what the 4 hours applies to, is disposal. The SG isn't unique in failing this. The old A&E and the Western had a habit of bumping patients to the Medical Assessment Unit (in the former Beatson Building) if it looked as if the 4 hours would be broken. Many a night I've spent there.


Yes I could have worded it better.
In theory the clock starts ticking from when the ambulance crew (if they come in by ambulance) register the patient, not the same as being triaged.
In fact, for ambulance crews in particular, at times, there is such a backlog, that they can be standing about for over a hour waiting to hand patients over.
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby The Egg Man » Mon Oct 19, 2015 1:05 pm

banjo wrote:golden jubilee dazza.police Scotland have came in for a lot of criticism in the media of late and perhaps they just did not want to add any more fuel to flames.


Eh? Let's not report crime 'cos it makes the cops look bad????????????????????
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby dazza » Mon Oct 19, 2015 3:04 pm

The Egg Man wrote:Eh? Let's not report crime 'cos it makes the cops look bad????????????????????


police caught the culprit but he managed to escape


Doesn't look too good, does it?
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby dazza » Mon Oct 19, 2015 3:05 pm

RDR wrote:Golden Jubilee is a Health Board in its own right so will have its own communication department.


Sorry, I always forget that!
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby The Egg Man » Mon Oct 19, 2015 5:37 pm

dazza wrote:
The Egg Man wrote:Eh? Let's not report crime 'cos it makes the cops look bad????????????????????


police caught the culprit but he managed to escape


Doesn't look too good, does it?


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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby Guacho » Wed Oct 28, 2015 10:06 pm

On Monday, doc about the old and new hospitals
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p036czbp
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby RDR » Wed Nov 18, 2015 7:44 pm

Yes, the Health Minister on Reporting Scotland, tonight, admitted certain parts of the new hospital aren't big enough for the anticipated flow of patients. Wow, I mean they were only planning it for ten years. Or maybe that wasn't the sort of development you meant?
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby Guacho » Wed Nov 18, 2015 10:46 pm

RDR wrote:Yes, the Health Minister on Reporting Scotland, tonight, admitted certain parts of the new hospital aren't big enough for the anticipated flow of patients. Wow, I mean they were only planning it for ten years. Or maybe that wasn't the sort of development you meant?


A sudden decision to open a Clinical Decisions Unit made last week. Opened yesterday, visited by the First Minister today :roll:
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby RDR » Wed Nov 18, 2015 11:09 pm

Guacho wrote:
RDR wrote:Yes, the Health Minister on Reporting Scotland, tonight, admitted certain parts of the new hospital aren't big enough for the anticipated flow of patients. Wow, I mean they were only planning it for ten years. Or maybe that wasn't the sort of development you meant?


A sudden decision to open a Clinical Decisions Unit made last week. Opened yesterday, visited by the First Minister today :roll:

Amazing eh? Equally amazing the extra consultant time for the Immediate Assessment Unit...
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Re: Southern General Hospital & Redevelopment

Postby dazza » Thu Nov 19, 2015 10:27 am

RDR, Gaucho, anyone else... What did you think of the BBC documentary?
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