Designed to Care

Designed to Care

The title of a White Paper produced in 1997 by NHS Scotland, subtitled “Renewing the National Health Service in Scotland”, which provided a plan about how to improve services provided to patients.

Designed to Care, key points
• Co-ordination and reliability of care
• Clinical effectiveness
• Patient Involvement
• Responsiveness to the public
• Openness
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Serving an area in north Los Angeles County of more than 674 square miles, the emergency facility was originally designed to care for about 18,000 patients a year, but by 2010 it is expected to serve more than 50,000 patients a year, said Bhavna Mistry, a hospital spokeswoman.
Representatives will be present from Energy Efficiency, Stay Warm, the Pensions Service, Age Concern, Kirklees Active Leisure, the Fire Service and Community Safety as well as a host of other agencies and bodies designed to care for people.
Svit is already a leading product in Europe and has been specifically designed to care for dry clean only and hand wash garments in the comfort of your own home.
Hospitals of the future are going to be designed to care for sick people and to get people better, not just to be warehouses for MRIs and different medical equipment.
Scottish Health Minister Sam Galbraith said the new White Paper - Designed to Care - would replace the competition of the Tories' internal market with a new mood of co-operation.
These programs, since they were designed to care for elders with more active cases of mental illness or behavior problems, are more costly than nursing homes.
The Vorzel institution, designed to care for homeless and orphaned children from newborn to age 4, currently houses 135 youngsters.
Designed to care for dry and delicate skin, this oil produces a mildly foaming, soothing, milky bath to help rehydrate and protect.
The bank said that it has launched a 'Smart Power Insurance' plan, which is designed to care for investor's twin needs of insurance and investment.
Dolan Residential homes are specifically designed to care for those with memory impairments.
Democracy is a rule decided by the majority and this system is designed to care of the wholesome interest of its people above the consideration of colour, language or religion.
All its services are free and designed to care not only for the patient, but their family and friends.