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Is the way our hospitals treat old people down to underfunding – or organised neglect?

In my three years as a hospital visitor, the picture hasn’t got any better

8 November 2014

9:00 AM

8 November 2014

9:00 AM

I am leaving London soon, coming to the end of my time as a voluntary hospital visitor working from a chaplaincy in a London teaching hospital. I have been roaming around a variety of wards for the last three years, only one day a week, but in those few hours I have seen quite a lot.

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