Health chiefs: We have to act to make service safe

Health chiefs: We have to act to make service safe
 

Serious recruitment difficulties, not cost-cutting, have been blamed for major changes to north and west Cumbria’s health services.
Proposals unveiled by the Success Regime include cutting community hospital beds and downgrading services in the west.
The plan is to care for more people at home, through new care hubs, and reduce the need for hospital stays. Long term this would see the total number of acute hospital beds in Carlisle and Whitehaven drop from a combined total of about 600 to nearer 500.
Meanwhile, more patients requiring emergency care would be transferred by ambulance to the... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 20
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