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One year on from the first Covid-19 lockdown – what happens next for healthcare?

23rd Mar, 2021

The vaccination programme is progressing and the coronavirus infection rate is falling. Gemserv’s Head of Health, David Newell, looks at what the NHS should focus on now to make improvements in healthcare.

The past 12 months have been a period like no other for healthcare and the UK population: lockdowns heartache, frustration; but also incredible dedication and courage, new innovative ways of working, and some great examples of community spirit. So how does the NHS focus on the positives and move forward in a way that will be beneficial for both the service and the nation?

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David Newell

Director of Health

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