Islanders can get a close up look at the new plans for Jersey's future hospital from today.Read the full story ›
Last year, 13% of patients were readmitted to Jersey's General Hospital within six weeks after making a mistake with their medication.
The Health Department hope that a new pilot scheme will reduce the number of readmissions.
Community pharmacists will be available to give patients support as part of the new Transfer of Care scheme.
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Children who are thought to be autistic can be assessed in Guernsey once again, following a 5 month wait.Read the full story ›
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