The Department of Health and Social Care has indicated that it will not be possible to answer this question within the usual time period.
Steps to improve diagnosis of rare conditions, including genetic haemochromatosis, are being taken through the implementation of the UK S
The requirements imposed by these Regulations are a proportionate public health response to the threat of the incidence and spread of COV
The Department has taken a proactive approach to embedding apprenticeships so that they are a core part of our learning and development o
Of the £1 billion allocated for the procurement of additional ventilators, around £280 million has been spent by the Department on the pu
There are a range of services known as core services that all general practitioner (GP) practices are expected to provide and enhanced se
A date has not yet been set for the reopening of the Urgent Treatment Centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital.
The National Health Service provides a comprehensive service available to all, irrespective of gender, race, disability or age.
Services for the care and treatment of patients with hemochromatosis are commissioned by clinical commissioning groups which determine th