On the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service, what has the NHS done for you and yours? Who is your NHS hero?
On the seventieth anniversary of the NHS, tell us what it has done for you and yours. Stephen Jardine stands in.
NHS @ 70 PHONE-IN
On the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service, we ask for your stories and memories of the NHS.
Tell us what the NHS has done for you and your family?
Do you work for the NHS? Has it saved your life or the life of a loved one?
And who is your NHS hero?
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ASK THE DR
As it's the 70th anniversary of the NHS today, our resident GP Dr Tom Smith is doing a general surgery - Tom will be answering YOUR medical questions about all kinds of health issues. We'll also hear Dr Tom's 5 defining moments of the NHS.
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- Thu 5 Jul 2018 09:00