Shed is saving peoples lives

The guradian reports

A medical unit in a south London “garden shed” is saving the lives of homeless people. In January, nurse practitioner Samantha Dorney-Smith set up the “intermediate care unit” in the gardens of the 120-bed Cedars Road Hostel in Clapham. The St Mungo’s hostel is home to some of the most vulnerable people in the UK. Last year, seven of its residents died. Their average age was just 37.

Photograph: Martin Argles
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By Andrew Wilcox

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