West Midlands hospitals miss A&E targets with nearly one in five waiting too long

West Midlands hospitals miss A&E targets with nearly one in five waiting too long
 

Nearly a fifth of patients are waiting too long in A&E at West Midlands hospitals, as trusts continue to miss key treatment targets.
Only the Dudley Group and Birmingham Children’s Hospital met the A&E target of 95 per cent of patients waiting less than four hours from arrival to discharge, admission or transfer in August.
Worst A&E performance in August was University Hospitals Birmingham at 81.5 per cent, it’s worst performance since the measure went monthly in June 2015.
Walsall Healthcare (86.7 per cent) and Heart of England (92.1 per cent) have missed the target for more... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 30
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