YP Letters: NHS services increasingly distant from rural communities



From: P A Sherwood, South Kilvington, Thirsk.
The recent article by Tim Farron MP made interesting and concerning reading about his rural constituency being badly served by the scarcity of NHS hospital services. The same can be said for many areas of rural Yorkshire, especially North Yorkshire.
Successive governments have produced areas and regions, local authority areas, health service (clinical commissioning group) areas, hospital trust areas, ambulance service areas, most are not co-terminous with each other and few are geographically sensible.
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20 January 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 43
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