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Staff chase patients for missing equipment

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NHS staff in Durham and Darlington are attempting to track down unused equipment worth £500,000.

The Home Equipment Loans Service, operated by County Durham and Darlington Community Health Services, has issued a plea to patients to return equipment that may be sitting in their homes unused.

Missing items include shower stools, commodes, trolleys, crutches, toilet seats and many more.

Pictured, from left to right, are decontamination/handyperson Sharon Crow, home loans technician James Turnbull, and home equipment loans service manager Terry Fletcher.


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