NHS intensive care units sending patients elsewhere due to lack of beds

NHS intensive care units sending patients elsewhere due to lack of beds
 

Patients whose lives are at risk are being turned away from their local hospitals because of a lack of intensive care beds, doctors who work in those units have revealed.
Four in five intensive care units (ICUs) are having to send patients to other hospitals as a result of chronic bed and staff shortages.
Units are so beleaguered that some may no longer be able to care properly for the NHS’s sickest patients, the leader of the intensive care speciality has warned.
Intensive care consultants have disclosed that patients are being transferred from one ICU to another for non-clinical reasons... read more

 
8 March 2018 in Politics, Views: 55
Source: Guardian
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