Ambulances are not taxis to A&E, says new report

Paramedics should treat more patients at the scene to reduce pressures on A&E and hospital beds, a report has said.
The NHS could save £300million a year by 2021 by avoiding unnecessary ambulance use and caring for patients closer to home, according to a review by Lord Carter of Coles.
The Labour peer said "an ambulance is not a taxi to A&E", as he called for the NHS fleet to be updated to ensure medics have access to patient records and the best technology while on the road.
Frontline staff should also be given better information about other health services they can refer... read more

 
27 September 2018 in Regional North East, Views: 28
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