Easter at CAFT

Easter at CAFT

The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT) is a local charity for terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children in the North West. For obvious reasons, this year has been more difficult than most, but throughout the Easter holidays they are managing to...
MRC welcomes a new Head of Operations

MRC welcomes a new Head of Operations

Lahra Tyndall, our current Head of Operations, will be leaving MRC at the end of this week. Lahra has helped MRC through a lot of changes in her more than three years with us – a near doubling of our staff, new premises, and a new case management system to name but a...
Grief in the Workplace

Grief in the Workplace

It’s been nearly six years since I lost my husband to suicide. It feels like far less time than that, and far longer – both rolled into one. One of the things that really strikes me when I look back at that incredibly tough first couple of years, is the loss of...
Accuracy and Legibility of Healthcare Records

Accuracy and Legibility of Healthcare Records

It’s probably fair to say that anyone who has professional dealings with patients, service users, clients or their families will also know that records of care are integral to the interactions that healthcare professionals have with those they treat or care for. From...
MRC and COVID-19

MRC and COVID-19

Please be assured that we are open and fully available to work on both your existing cases and any new instructions. Medical Record Collation remain firmly committed to delivering our services to the highest possible standard, without putting the health and wellbeing...
100 years of Women in Law

100 years of Women in Law

Last night I was lucky enough to attend an event to mark 100 years of Women in Law. Gunnercooke welcomed lawyers from around Manchester to their King Street offices for an evening of celebration. In their words, “Happily, in the years that have passed since female...