Now the NHS wants ANOTHER £350m to avoid 'winter crisis': Warning health service faces worst period in recent history unless it gets the cash

Summer is barely over, but NHS campaigners are already demanding extra cash to cope with what they fear will be a disastrous winter.
NHS Providers, a trade association which represents hospital trusts, yesterday called for an emergency cash injection of up to £350million to help the health service get through the winter.
Its chief executive, Chris Hopson, said the NHS is facing its worst winter in recent history if it does not receive an immediate cash boost. And he said patients would be put at risk and waiting lists would soar unless action was taken.
Mr Hopson said: ‘Last winter the... read more

4 September 2017 in Health, Views: 69
Source: Daily Mail

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