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The NHS in England has missed its four hour waiting time target for the first time this winter, according to new figures. Last week 94.8% of patients were seen within four hours, just short of the 95% benchmark. Waiting times were worst at major units, where 92.2% of patients were seen within four hours.
Labour press release Andy Burnham MP, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, on today's A&E waiting figures, said: "Patients are waiting hours on end to be seen in E...
Andrew Gwynne said the Government had questions to answer over the findings of the CQC report into GP practices. "We do have to be careful here that we don't tar ...
NHS England Detailed data on "never events" will help NHS care become even safer, says NHS England. NHS England today (Thursday) publishes more detailed data tha...
Professor Steve Field insisted the vast majority of GP practices were good but the bad practice "The really poor practices, we're talking around about nine or 10 ...
Labour press release Jamie Reed MP, Labour's Shadow Health minister, responding to the Care Quality Commission's report into failings at GP practices, said: "N...
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