Where more lives are found at risk each day, a shortfall in the number of life-savers is being noticed in some particular hospitals, a latest report reveals. Neath Port Talbot Hospital in Baglan Moors in Wales is one of them, which recently has brought major changes in its services due to the same.
It has been found that the hospice has declared the closure of its limited emergency facility at midnight only. Since, a majority of the Welsh health boards have been failing in appointing sufficient number of doctors, especially the ones expert in the domain or with good experience.
The same has also resulted in the shutting varied emergency services. It is being said that the patients would probably now be treated in Bridgend at the Princess of Wales Hospital. Or either they would be shifted to Morriston Hospital in Swansea.
While accepting that it currently is not able to cope with increasing number of emergency patients, the hospital says that the problem is however not alone of it, but of a number of hospitals in the city.
"We will continue to do our best to rectify, as soon as possible, any hiccups which may occur. We will be constantly checking and amending practices", said chief executive Paul Roberts.