Fears that Cumberland Infirmary couldn't cope with radical health overhaul

Fears that Cumberland Infirmary couldn't cope with radical health overhaul
 

CARLISLE'S under-pressure infirmary could LOSE beds, while more patients will be brought from Whitehaven for urgent care if radical new plans to overhaul the local NHS are approved.
Health bosses insist the Cumberland Infirmary would cope with the additional numbers without major expansion, but concerns have been raised by staff, ambulance crews and residents.
Stephen Eames, chief executive at North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust, says the plan would also see some patients from Carlisle travelling to Whitehaven for planned operations in future.
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30 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 40
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