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1 Public v Private by Emma,Robs,Matt and Chris

2 Public Benefits It is paid for by taxes so it feels free Not elitist- does not separate the rich from the poor Well equipped ICU and A+E Not over diagnosed Public hospitals want patients out of hospital quickly.

3 Private Benefits (bupa) no waiting lists extensive private cancer cover available in the UK access to quality treatment from consultants and specialists a straightforward claims service that puts you first access to over 400^ clean and comfortable recognised hospitals

4 Private benefits contd access to groundbreaking drugs and eligible treatments a 24-hour nurse health line offering medical guidance

5 Public disadvantages Really really long waiting lists Because NHS is a universal benefit it is more likely to be abused. NHS trained doctors can be lost to private sector health centres

6 Private disadvantages It can be costly (you pay twice) Not covered for everything

7 Conclusion For minor surgeries private health centres provide a better service even if it is more expensive. Also the food is nicer

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