In a recent report, it has been claimed that there has been a call made by Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust to rehaul the NHS to make things all the more better for them. They have to save as much as £24m in the next financial year, and for that to happen, it is being claimed by the trust that they would have to centralize emergency, acute medicine and maternity services at one site.
"The scale of the issues facing this organisation means that we need to take a much more radical approach to ensure our services are viable now and into the future”, said Stephen Eames, interim chief executive at the trust.
It was also added that the trust had reached the state that they had to back out from a plan, through which they could have brought in Army medics at Pontefract Hospital so that the shortage of staff they were facing could be addressed. They have even met NHS Commissioners, patient representatives and local GPs so that the dithering situation can be balanced.
There is a need to keep patient care over and above all so that best possible services can be delivered to them, thereby providing a safe environment to patients.
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