An unexpected illness led to an extraordinary set of experiences as the author became dependent upon the NHS for his care and well being. So shocked by the course of events, he was motivated into recording his journey throughout his poor health. As he became more and more affected by the truly disturbing reality which exists in our national health service he began forming opinions as to why the situation is so bad and what needs to happen to resolve the chaos which is the NHS.
Sometimes hilarious, sometimes sad and often disturbing, this personal account of one mans first hand familiarity with the health service provides a concerning and consuming account for everyone who has, is or will depend upon the NHS. This passionate and frank story will be a must for all patients, NHS staff and all of those people with loved ones in hospital. It pitches the reader through the turmoil and fear one experiences when you lose control of your day to day life. When you have to lend the management of your well being to people whom you have to trust despite whatever their abilities one questions almost everything.
Its a truly engaging and concerning insight into our health service and its an absorbing read.