Twenty four hospitals breach waiting times for bowel cancer tests



Twenty four hospitals in the North of England and Yorkshire and the Humber do not meet the NHS standard of less than 1 per cent of patients waiting more than six weeks for tests that could diagnose bowel cancer.
In one hospital in the region, 25 percent of patients are waiting beyond the six week waiting time target.
Figures released last week by NHS England for February 2017 reveal that nearly 2,000 people in England are waiting longer than the six week target set by the Government. The two key tests to diagnose bowel cancer are colonoscopy and flexible sigmoidoscopy – a camera on a thin,... read more

 
21 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 33
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