Latest Alan Johnson Stories
By GEORGE TYNDALE HOSPITAL patients are to be told that they must tell doctors and nurses to wash their hands to reduce the risk of superbugs. This directive from our Health Secretary, Alan Johnson, is of course laughable.
Our story last week about the DIY revolution by fed-up nurses who have improved efficiency in their hospitals won widespread support... WELL DONE to the nurses - and well done to Health Secretary Alan Johnson for finding pounds 50million to help the rest of the NHS follow suit.
Drama, starring Don Cheadle as successful but unhappy dentist Alan Johnson who is unexpectedly reunited with old friend Charlie Fineman (Adam Sandler). Charlie lost his wife and children in the September 11 attacks.
HEALTH minister Alan Johnson visited Liverpool yesterday to open the redeveloped Broadgreen and Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospitals' site.
HEALTH Secretary Alan Johnson yesterday signalled the final nail in the coffin for the battle to prevent a massive overhaul of maternity services across vast swathes of Yorkshire.
By -- Alan Johnson, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Jul. 15--A dispute about a preapproval requirement for a handful of expensive drugs used to treat serious mental illnesses boiled over to the legislature yesterday. State Rep. Lynn R.
By Alison Dayani BIRMINGHAM health watchdogs today attacked Health Secretary Alan Johnson's controversial polyclinics plan for city GPs, telling him that a loophole could end up wasting vast amounts of taxpayers' money.
By John Rentoul Old Labour practices live on in the cruel rule that prevents NHS patients paying for extra cancer treatment Once upon a time, at the very beginning of New Labour, before it was even called New Labour, Neil Kinnock made the speech of his life that would change politics.
By Robert Merrick THE Health Secretary launched an attack on the region's family doctors, accusing them of talking "nonsense" about his controversial plans for polyclinics.
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