Patricia Pearl - Small Claims Procedure - A Practical Guide


An excellent guide for the layperson in how to use the County Court - a must if you are intending to start a claim.

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    Just a simple question do you keep the same hospital number for life


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    If you mean your National Health number, yes. It is akin to your National Insurance number & during WWII your NH number was used as an identity number.

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    hospital numbers, no - you 'll have a hospital number in every hospital / trust you've been under the care of , especially if you've been an inpatient or been under an outpatient clinic, A+E visits depend on the A+E system and how it links to the main hospital record - some trusts see if they 'know' you others create a hospital number for every new A+E attendance if they don't know you ...

    in trusts that have merged it is possible to have several numbers but they should all be merged next time you are admitted / seen as an outpatient

    NHS number yes that stays with you for life and unless there's a another reformat from the 3-3-4 system in current use it won't change



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