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UK News Young mum of three takes own life hours after being sent home from hospital

10:55  18 october  2019
10:55  18 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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a close up of a boy wearing a white shirt: Denise Maher was found dead at home on Monday afternoon © Facebook Denise Maher was found dead at home on Monday afternoon

A suicidal mum-of-three took her own life less than 24 hours after being sent home from hospital where she was treated for a severe drug overdose.

NHS officials are now to investigate the treatment of Denise Maher, 36, who was found dead in Lesmahagow, South Lanarkshire on Monday.

The day before she had overdosed on prescription drugs and tried to burst out of ambulance four times as paramedics tried to take her to hospital.

a car parked on the side of the street: Wishaw General Hospital © Wishaw Press Wishaw General Hospital

Police were called to restrain the mum and escort her to Wishaw General Hospital where medics told police to taken shaken Denis home a couple of hours later.

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Last night her grieving family demanded answers from NHS Lanarkshire on why the mum was left “without a safety net” and discharged so soon.

Denise’s nephew, Scott McCord, 21, was one of the traumatised family members who found her body on Monday afternoon.

Fighting back the tears he told the Record: “Denise hadn’t been right for a few days, she wasn’t herself at all.

“Mentally she had been spiralling down hill.

“But we’re in total shock.”

a close up of a person wearing a purple shirt: Scott McCord said his aunt, Denise Maher was really caring and always looked out for others © Facebook Scott McCord said his aunt, Denise Maher was really caring and always looked out for others

Former carer Denise lived with her three children, Amy, 16, Liam, 11, and seven-year-old Mikayla in Eastwood Drive.

The children were staying with their father and Denise’s ex-partner, Brian Keenan, at another property in the town to mark the beginning of the October school holidays.

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Denise’s desperate phone call to Brian on Sunday lunchtime sparked the 999 call which turned into a nightmare.

Speaking on behalf of the family, Scott said: “She went through a few tests at Wishaw General and by 11pm doctors said it was safe for her to go home.

“We understand that the NHS have had major budget and staff cuts but I can’t believe they let her go home.

“She burst out of an ambulance four times – she wasn’t fit to be out of hospital.”

Denise called her sister, Scott’s mum, Elizabeth Maher at around 9am on Monday morning.

Elizabeth and her other sister Michelle took turns in regularly popping in to check on Denise throughout the morning.

Community psychiatric nurses (CPNs) at Lanark Health Centre were informed and called Denise to make sure she was okay.

By mid-afternoon, Elizabeth and Scott got a worried call from a CPN after Denise’s phone rang out four times.

Scott said: “We live round the corner from Denise so my mum, my girlfriend and I ran round to the house.

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Even for the hours she was technically ‘cared’ for, those sent to help were often not up to the task. After family discussions, we three agreed that she would go into a local residential home for up to eight weeks to But all that really matters is Mum feeling comfortable and safe for the remainder of her life .

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“When we got there, Denise was dead.

“It was horrible.”

Scott has launched a Just Giving page to help raise money for Denise’s funeral.

In just two days £750 has been raised.

Last night NHS Lanarkshire say a full review will be carried out into Denise’s death.

a person standing in front of a crowd: Police were called to escort Denise Maher to hospital © Reach Plc Police were called to escort Denise Maher to hospital

Margaret Serrels, service manager for mental health and learning disability services said: “Our thoughts and sympathies go out to the family at this difficult time.

“We will carry out a full review in line with the NHS Lanarkshire’s significant adverse event review process.

“As part of the review process we will contact the patient’s family to give them the opportunity to share their views and raise any questions they have.

“A copy of the final report will be provided to the family.”

A spokesman from Police Scotland told the Daily Record: “Police Scotland can confirm that the body of a 36-year-old woman was found at her home in Eastwood Drive in Lesmahagow on Monday, October 14.

“There are no suspicious circumstances and the Procurator Fiscal has been informed.”

The Scottish Ambulance Service have been contacted for comment.

To donate to the Just Giving click here.

You can contact the Samaritans by visiting their website or by calling 116 123 24 hours a day.

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