AS AN exercise in taking the temperature of the people of Alderney, the University of Aberdeen independent report fulfils its remit. Trust for the health service, and Guernsey’s health department in particular, is shown to be chronically poor and in need of immediate care. The Rory Lyons episode has exposed a gulf in confidence and expectation which is much wider than the few miles between Guernsey and its northern cousin. But that lack of trust is not just about the handling of one doctor. The report paints a worrying picture of overworked doctors and antiquated systems which was on its knees long before the police arrived on Dr Lyons’ doorstep.