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Claim No: [insert number]
In the High Court of Justice
Queen's Bench Division
[Mr AB] Claimant
[CD NHS TRUST] Defendant
Paragraph 1 of the Particulars of Claim is admitted save that the Defendant was at all material times the National Health Service Trust responsible for the administration, management and control of EF Hospital to provide medical, surgical, nursing and other services within its district and to be responsible for medical, surgical and nursing staff, providing such services.
[Mr GH] was at all material times an experienced and skilled consultant plastic surgeon employed by the Defendant at EF Hospital.
As to paragraphs 2–4 of the Particulars of Claim:
The chronology of the Claimant’s screening history is admitted;
It is admitted that on [insert date] 20[insert year], the Claimant attended EF Hospital and was seen by [Mr GH] for a pre-operative assessment;
Further, it is averred that at this appointment, which lasted over one hour, [Mr GH] discussed the breast augmentation procedure with the Claimant including risks, post-operative complications and warnings and recorded these in the Claimant’s clinical notes and the consent form;
In addition [Mr GH] provided the hospital leaflet Cosmetic Surgery: Breast Augmentation to the Claimant which included a warning that the final appearance of the Claimant’s breasts would take several weeks to become apparent;
On the same date, [Mr GH] also provided silicone implants
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