NHS crisis grows as young Britons turn their backs on family doctors

NHS crisis grows as young Britons turn their backs on family doctors
 

An alarming new dimension to the NHS crisis has been revealed as data shows young adults are bypassing GPs and heading straight to overstretched A&E departments because they can’t get suitable appointments.
A stark generational divide in the way people use the NHS is highlighted in a report by Citizens Advice, which finds that people aged 18 to 34 are more than twice as likely to attend A&E departments or walk-in centres as those aged 55 and over – and that they are far less likely than older people to be able to see a GP when they need to.
The findings suggest that, despite... read more

 
20 December 2014 in Politics, Views: 42
Source: Guardian
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