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The incoming chief executive of NHS England has said that current healthcare systems "will not cut it" and radical changes are needed to meet patients’ needs. Simon Stevens, a former advisor to Tony Blair, was making his first speech since accepting the top job. He will take up the post in April.
Labour press release Andy Burnham MP, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, commenting on the G8 summit on dementia, said: "Dementia is one of the greatest challen...
Labour press release In the last year, an extra 40,000 emergency patients were trapped in the back of an ambulance outside full A&E departments for upwards of half...
Tim Farron press release South Lakes MP Tim Farron said 'Poor management under the previous leadership of the trust, and poor local inspection and poor national r...
Luciana Berger called on the Government to take action after new figures showed some people were facing long waits inside ambulances. “These figures are very, ver...
Labour press release Andy Burnham MP, Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary, responding to news that ambulances face long delays at A&E, said: “Winter is setting in...
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