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Yesterday a desperate staffing shortage was pin pointed as the reason for hospitals which have failed to treat emergency patients when they required it. These hospitals include Sydney’s Prince of Wales Hospital.
The Daily Telegraph yesterday made a revelation of all the hospitals is the state which are rated the best and the worst ones regarding this deficiency.
Lately a an investigation was conducted by the NSW Bureau of Health Information figures which revealed that the best emergency services were available at the Concord Hospital’s emergency department.
Medical specialists put the entire blame for bad emergency services on the shortage of staff at the Prince of Wales Hospital which was fighting everyday to treat more than 40 percent patients turning up within a span of 30 minutes.
A sudden surge of trauma patients was faced by the emergency department of the Westmead after patients normally attending Nepean Hospital were shifted to Westmead under the restructuring plan of the NSW Health.
Associate Professor Brian Owler who is NSW’s councilor at the AMA said that there was no improvement in the number of beds and staff at the hospital.