First NHS baby warns the service is 'being taken for granted'
Aneira ‘Nye’ Thomas says Brits take the NHS for granted (Picture: REX/Shutterstock) The first baby ever born on the NHS says British people take their health service ‘for granted’ as she leads calls for children to be taught about the ‘national treasure’ in schools. At a minute past midnight on July 5, 1948, Aneira ‘Nye’ Thomas became the first baby born on the NHS at Amman Valley Hospital in Wales. Mrs Thomas, who was named after the service’s …
People take the health service for granted – first NHS baby
British people can “take the NHS for granted”, the first ever baby born on the NHS has said as she called for children to be taught about the “national treasure” in schools.
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