Huddersfield group tells Jeremy Hunt: 'five hour wait for ambulance is not good enough'

Huddersfield group tells Jeremy Hunt: 'five hour wait for ambulance is not good enough'
 

The over 50s will be especially hard hit if Huddersfield’s A&E closes, it is claimed.
Now a group has written to Jeremy Hunt to outline the problems they will face.
They cited examples of access difficulties they already have – including one person having a five hour wait for an ambulance.
Judith Churley, Acting Chair of the Huddersfield Over Fifties Forum (HOFF), wrote to the Health Secretary to add the voices of the over 50s to the campaign to save A&E.
Jean Lorriman, press secretary for HOFF, said group members had “grave concerns and anxiety was expressed over the future of... read more

 
4 September 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 40
Source: Examiner
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