Choosing a private consultant, or other private healthcare practitioners, could be one of the most important decisions you ever make. After all, in some cases, particularly surgery, you are literally trusting your life to this person. But how do you make this decision? Fortunately, there are a number of sources of advice.
We’re very happy to announce our very first children’s competition at Medstars! It is Children’s Art Week (8th – 16th of June), so the winners will be announced within that week.
We all know how important is nurturing creativity and imagination for the good development of children. That’s why we came up with the idea of getting our kids involved in a fun art activity: “ART 4 HEALTH” Children’s Competition.
Art and medicine may not seem like the most obvious bedfellows. But stay with us and you will understand how original art and private healthcare can work together.
Your patients are likely to be more relaxed in a rather clinical environment with posters advertising cosmetic procedures, or in a more comfortable room with bright and interesting pictures on the walls? It doesn’t take a lot of thought to work out that people will be more comfortable in a more homely environment.
If you’re yet to make a New Year’s resolution, why not resolve to give blood? The NHS needs over 6,000 donations every day to treat patients across the country; that’s why there’s always a call for more people to step up. As a team, we gave it a try ourselves so read on to learn all about Medstars’ personal experience of giving blood.
Forty two years ago the face of diagnostic medicine changed forever. The invention of the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner has and continues to save and improve the quality of millions of lives. It’s development revealed internal human anatomy with astonishing precision and without the risks carried by radiation. Nobel prize winner, Sir Peter Mansfield, was its inventor and principal architect.