A GROUP of nurses from the Hemodialysis Clinic, at the Axarquia Hospital in Velez-Malaga, are taking their patients out to lunch.
“We take care of lots of chronic patients from all around the region, who come to us three times a week for dialysis,” one told the Olive Press.
“Most of them are elderly, and with limited financial resources. So we thought that it would be great to take them somewhere nice to get away from their routine and out of the dialysis room.”
Sounds fantastic, the NHS could learn a thing or two from the Spanish system.
Mike, patients love their doctors in the UK too. See this recent story for example: