Dr Opiate statement: ‘She always did the best for patients’ – Daily Mail


she’s always maintained that she was a hard-working dedicated dr. doing the best for her patients in a very inadequate ly results for the Health Service we lost that I couldn’t see is respected at this difficult time and she will be making no feather Cummins the if you have any further questions would you please direct us to the Press Office of the medical Defence unit thank you very much for your time
Dr Jane Barton stood on the steps of her home near Portsmouth this morning as her husband read out a statement on her behalf. He said: ‘She has always maintained that she was a hard-working, dedicated doctor doing her best for her patients in a very inadequately-resourced part of the health service.’ It comes after a damning report said Dr Barton oversaw a ‘disregard for human life’ at Gosport War Memorial Hospital, where up to 650 people had their lives cut short by the unnecessary use of strong painkillers and automatic syringe drivers. Among those who died at the hospital were (centre right column, to bottom) Geoffrey Packman, Elsie Devine, Robert Wilson and Jean Stevens and (right column, top to bottom) Gladys Richards, Arthur Cunningham, Stan Carby, Jean Stevens and Edna Purnell..

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