Thursday, 15 August 2019

Northampton woman may have survived had she not waited nine hours to be taken to hospital -

Northampton woman may have survived had she not waited nine hours to be taken to hospital
Criticism has been levelled at the ambulance service covering Northampton and the NHS's 111 service, after an inquest found woman could have survived if she had not waited nine hours to be taken to hospital.

Diana Gudgeon died of multi-organ failure on May 25 last year, three days after being diagnosed with a water infection by her GP.

But deputy coroner for Northamptonshire, Hassan Shah, has now written to the East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) and NHS 111 in a bid to prevent further deaths. Northampton Chronicle and Echo

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