Patients turned away at King's College Hospital after patient records system goes down

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Staff say it is the second time in recent months that the patient records system has gone down. Stock image
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Staff say it is the second time in recent months that the patient records system has gone down. Stock image

Consultants unable to see patients as Sunrise-EPR patient records system goes down for a second time in recent months

Outpatients at King's College Hospital in London have been sent home today after the Trust's patient records system went down. Consultants at the Hospital have only been able to see new patients as...

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