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Thursday, December 18, 2008

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Global Warming affects Ambulance Service

Ambulance services in England have just endured their busiest week ever after the coldest start to a winter for 30 years which has allegedly caused a sharp rise in falls and breathing problems (you just cant believe Government staistics). This, combined with the flu season beginning early and an outbreak of the vomiting bug norovirus, has placed NHS emergency services under intense pressure.

The Health Secretary, Alan Johnson, has been forced to deny that hospitals and the ambulance service are at breaking point after a senior NHS leader warned A&E departments were struggling to cope with an unprecedented winter illness season. (Telegraph)

Things can only get better

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