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BRITAIN-HEALTH-OUTSOURCING
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February 19, 2015
Resident Ernie Mayes, 89, has his eyes checked by Optometrist in his flat at the Colbrooke House care...
London, United Kingdom
Resident Ernie Mayes, 89, has his eyes checked by Optometrist in his flat at the Colbrooke House care...
Resident Ernie Mayes, 89, has his eyes checked by Optometrist in his flat at the Colbrooke House care facility run by a private company working on behalf of the local government and housing association in southeast London February 13, 2015. The provision of care for those who can no longer look after themselves but do not require a place in hospital is one of the biggest problems facing the state-funded National Health Service. The involvement of the private sector in critical services remains a contentious issue in Britain after large outsourcers failed in previous high profile contracts. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY)
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