Support our campaign to re-name the ‘Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit’ at Little Brook Hospital, Dartford in honour of its most famous son, Lee Barnes (LLB Hons), Director of the BNP Legal Department.
Our campaign has been inspired by Lee Barnes (LLB Hons)’s latest blog entry on 20th May 2008, entitled The (inter)National Health Service. In this stupendous article, Lee Barnes (LLB Hons), and we’re grateful to him for this, draws our attention to his very own predicament - that the presence of immigrants in the UK:
“threatens the public health and is also diverting resources away from UK citizens who are entitled to use the NHS through their National Insurance contributions”
Barring Lee Barnes (LLB Hons)’s own lack of National Insurance contributions to the upkeep of the NHS combined with his disproportionate and frequent use of Medway’s excellent and free medical services, the impact of psychosis inducing immigrants reveals the saliency of our campaign.
The Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit at the Willow Suite of Medway’s Little Brook Hospital does a sterling job. It is here that patients who are in an acutely disturbed phase of a serious mental health disorder are detained for their own safety as well as that of the wider public.
So, watch this space for more details on our campaign to urge Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust to re-name Little Brook Hospital’s Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit in honour of Lee Barnes (LLB Hons).