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Hospital food
Lopinator
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Yet again another case of a death involving listeria in pre packed sandwiches in a English Hospital. It shouldn't be surprising with all the comings and goings of people and the amount of condensed diseases in a confined space.


You would expect a hospital to be much safer than many other buildings, yet it seemly is not the case. I saw quite a few hospital staff outside the main building of my local hospital, smoking like chimneys and breathing in all those car fumes from the massive car park. Stress also suffered by the employees, long hours, difficult patients, ridiculous targets and often poor working conditions. So much contradictions isn't there.


"Two more patients have been killed by a listeria outbreak after eating hospital sandwiches in England, bringing the death toll to five.

In one of the worst cases of food poisoning ever seen in the health service, six people were diagnosed with a serious listeria infection between April 25 and May 15 and three have since died at Manchester Royal Infirmary and Aintree Hospital in Liverpool."

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/health/medical...spartanntp

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RE: Hospital food
Lopinator  Wrote: (06-14-2019 09:22 PM)
Yet again another case of a death involving listeria in pre packed sandwiches in a English Hospital. It shouldn't be surprising with all the comings and goings of people and the amount of condensed diseases in a confined space.


You would expect a hospital to be much safer than many other buildings, yet it seemly is not the case. I saw quite a few hospital staff outside the main building of my local hospital, smoking like chimneys and breathing in all those car fumes from the massive car park. Stress also suffered by the employees, long hours, difficult patients, ridiculous targets and often poor working conditions. So much contradictions isn't there.


"Two more patients have been killed by a listeria outbreak after eating hospital sandwiches in England, bringing the death toll to five.

In one of the worst cases of food poisoning ever seen in the health service, six people were diagnosed with a serious listeria infection between April 25 and May 15 and three have since died at Manchester Royal Infirmary and Aintree Hospital in Liverpool."

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/health/medical...spartanntp

They are also hotbeds of GERMS. One of my psych patients had a tricuspid valve replacement surgery and became infected with MRSA. They admitted it happened at the hospital. Now he has to take antibiotics for the rest of his life.

The infection is in the new valve and another replacement would be too risky.

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i only 'go' because of bans.

get better soon!!

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RE: Hospital food
Lopinator  Wrote: (06-14-2019 09:22 PM)
Yet again another case of a death involving listeria in pre packed sandwiches in a English Hospital. It shouldn't be surprising with all the comings and goings of people and the amount of condensed diseases in a confined space.


You would expect a hospital to be much safer than many other buildings, yet it seemly is not the case. I saw quite a few hospital staff outside the main building of my local hospital, smoking like chimneys and breathing in all those car fumes from the massive car park. Stress also suffered by the employees, long hours, difficult patients, ridiculous targets and often poor working conditions. So much contradictions isn't there.


"Two more patients have been killed by a listeria outbreak after eating hospital sandwiches in England, bringing the death toll to five.

In one of the worst cases of food poisoning ever seen in the health service, six people were diagnosed with a serious listeria infection between April 25 and May 15 and three have since died at Manchester Royal Infirmary and Aintree Hospital in Liverpool."

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/health/medical...spartanntp

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When I lived in rural area, the hospital was considered the 2nd best restaurant in the county
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RE: Hospital food
general mishka  Wrote: (06-14-2019 09:48 PM)
Lopinator  Wrote: (06-14-2019 09:22 PM)
Yet again another case of a death involving listeria in pre packed sandwiches in a English Hospital. It shouldn't be surprising with all the comings and goings of people and the amount of condensed diseases in a confined space.


You would expect a hospital to be much safer than many other buildings, yet it seemly is not the case. I saw quite a few hospital staff outside the main building of my local hospital, smoking like chimneys and breathing in all those car fumes from the massive car park. Stress also suffered by the employees, long hours, difficult patients, ridiculous targets and often poor working conditions. So much contradictions isn't there.


"Two more patients have been killed by a listeria outbreak after eating hospital sandwiches in England, bringing the death toll to five.

In one of the worst cases of food poisoning ever seen in the health service, six people were diagnosed with a serious listeria infection between April 25 and May 15 and three have since died at Manchester Royal Infirmary and Aintree Hospital in Liverpool."

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/health/medical...spartanntp

chuckle
When I lived in rural area, the hospital was considered the 2nd best restaurant in the county

Lucky you, last time I brought a sandwich at my local hospital, I spent a hour or so looking for a quiet place to sit, when I did some one came along past me, and was sick in the bush next to me, I thought was it the food?

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general mishka
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RE: Hospital food
Lopinator  Wrote: (06-14-2019 10:00 PM)
general mishka  Wrote: (06-14-2019 09:48 PM)
chuckle
When I lived in rural area, the hospital was considered the 2nd best restaurant in the county

Lucky you, last time I brought a sandwich at my local hospital, I spent a hour or so looking for a quiet place to sit, when I did some one came along past me, and was sick in the bush next to me, I thought was it the food?

This Hospital had a very nice Cafeteria for the health care workers, as there wasn't anything for miles. Soon the local community started eating there for leisure. Good meals for the price of fast food
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general mishka  Wrote: (06-14-2019 10:05 PM)
Lopinator  Wrote: (06-14-2019 10:00 PM)
Lucky you, last time I brought a sandwich at my local hospital, I spent a hour or so looking for a quiet place to sit, when I did some one came along past me, and was sick in the bush next to me, I thought was it the food?

This Hospital had a very nice Cafeteria for the health care workers, as there wasn't anything for miles. Soon the local community started eating there for leisure. Good meals for the price of fast food

Well that's the first for me, usually everything is steamed to death or the sandwiches are past the eat by date.

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RE: Hospital food
general mishka  Wrote: (06-14-2019 09:48 PM)
Lopinator  Wrote: (06-14-2019 09:22 PM)
Yet again another case of a death involving listeria in pre packed sandwiches in a English Hospital. It shouldn't be surprising with all the comings and goings of people and the amount of condensed diseases in a confined space.


You would expect a hospital to be much safer than many other buildings, yet it seemly is not the case. I saw quite a few hospital staff outside the main building of my local hospital, smoking like chimneys and breathing in all those car fumes from the massive car park. Stress also suffered by the employees, long hours, difficult patients, ridiculous targets and often poor working conditions. So much contradictions isn't there.


"Two more patients have been killed by a listeria outbreak after eating hospital sandwiches in England, bringing the death toll to five.

In one of the worst cases of food poisoning ever seen in the health service, six people were diagnosed with a serious listeria infection between April 25 and May 15 and three have since died at Manchester Royal Infirmary and Aintree Hospital in Liverpool."

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/health/medical...spartanntp

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When I lived in rural area, the hospital was considered the 2nd best restaurant in the county

Agreed. Our local (a London) hospital food is totally outstanding. It is leaps and bounds ahead of 15 years ago.
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