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1:48pm Fri Oct 31, 2014
Customers at some Newark pubs and clubs on Saturday night will be asked by police to provide swabs which will be tested for traces of drugs.
1:18pm Fri Oct 31, 2014
A mother-of-two who loves baking is hoping to turn her hobby into a business now her youngest daughter is at nursery.
12:11pm Fri Oct 31, 2014
Severn Trent Water’s £1m work to improve water supplies across the Kelham area is now complete.
12:02pm Fri Oct 31, 2014
A funeral service for Nottinghamshire's longest serving county councillor, Mrs Stella Smedley will take place on Tuesday November 11.
11:17am Fri Oct 31, 2014
Fourteen members of a new Rainbow Unit in Farndon have been enrolled.
11:06am Fri Oct 31, 2014
A mother is looking for ideas for a monthly challenge to raise awareness of a birth defect that occurs in at least one in 1,000 pregnancies.
 
10:57am Fri Oct 31, 2014
An occupational therapy team leader is set to enjoy her retirement 29 years after she began working at Newark Hospital.
10:33am Fri Oct 31, 2014
A bus company says gridlock on Newark’s roads has left staff having to deal with an increase in complaints over delayed services.
8:30am Fri Oct 31, 2014
A school with its sights set on being classed as outstanding by Ofsted is looking to become an academy as its head seeks further improvements.
7:30am Fri Oct 31, 2014
An academy head is lobbying the government to do something over the spiralling cost of a public finance initiative (PFI) contract used to rebuild his school.
6:30am Fri Oct 31, 2014
The circumstances surrounding the death of a pensioner who suffered a stroke were described as unprecedented at the conclusion of his inquest.
6:00am Fri Oct 31, 2014
More than 2.1m people in the UK puff on electronic cigarettes, but how many know the design is the result of experiments in a shed in North Muskham?
 
 
Proper planning needed for hospital
The NHS Newark Healthcare Review promised in 2010 that “the vast majority of patients (85%) would still be treated at Newark Hospital; other patients would be taken directly to more appropriate facilities by ambulance.’’

Revenue is generated for a hospital trust when an ambulance delivers a patient to an emergency department. Additional money is collected if that patient is admitted to a ward.

Sherwood Forest Hospital Foundation Trust (SFHFT) is losing much-needed revenue as many Newark patients with the less serious emergencies, the green cases, are being treated in hospitals outside SFHFT, such as in Lincolnshire.

The system design for the healthcare provision at Newark is flawed.
— Francis Towndrow, chairman, Say Yes To Newark Hospital campaign.
 
 
 

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