Management of blood-exposure in personnel of public and voluntary services

Letter from Professor Matthew Cooke, National Clinical Director for Urgent and Emergency Care, seeks to clarifiy existing policy on the need for public and voluntary services workers, such as fire and rescue and prison services, who may be exposed to the blood of others in the course of their professional duties, to receive treatment from NHS Accident and Emergency departments.

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