Good to be back in dream job

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For many of us in the medical world, the opportunity to return to our Stonehouse would be very welcome, but the bean counters and a group of snior fudgers came up with the golden idea that UK plc would be better off without Service hospitals.

RNH Plymouth was a lovely old place, a great place to work and close enough to the city to be a great run ashore.

Happy days!
 
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come_the_day said:
For many of us in the medical world, the opportunity to return to our Stonehouse would be very welcome, but the bean counters and a group of snior fudgers came up with the golden idea that UK plc would be better off without Service hospitals.

RNH Plymouth was a lovely old place, a great place to work and close enough to the city to be a great run ashore.

Happy days!
Not as good as RNH Haslar though!
 
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Both of em where crap Hasler told me my boken arm (2" broken off my radius) was a sprained wrist,3 weeks later they admited they fcuked up and appologised, cheers (sic). :angry6:
Stonehouse saw the the optician to get new glasses. He turned up 2 hours late ring bolted. I ended up with glasses that wernt mine and still had to pay for em.
Mind you I know many civies who were treated great at Haslar but an equal number of matlots who wrer treated crap. glad they`re shutting the place .
We need military hospitals where they care for service personel not places where the attitude is" I am a doctor /officer telling you what is wrong"
Come the revolution citizen they`l be the first barstewards up against the wall. :threaten:
Sorry I`m ranting . Mind you if they had not shut Netley I could go for nice walks and have a warm bed and take my medication on time!!!!! :safe:
 

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