NHS chief admits being tensed if his loved one was taken to NHS on a weekend due to shortage of staff
The A&E services chief who heads the NHS has confessed that he would be seriously worried if one of his close relatives was taken to the hospital on a weekend since there is a lot of rush during that time and the staff appointed is not sufficient.
Professor Keith Willett the lead reviewer of England's accident and emergency departments shared his concerns too regarding the shortage which is backed by doctors as well.
He said that during the weekends every staffer is aware of the vulnerable situation there and urged them to not get panicky if anyone has his or her own relative admitted during the weekend.
He says the NHS hospitals are witnessing lots of admissions over the weekends with lesser chances of discharge recently.
In a campaign against the shortage of staff and the vulnerability of patients, volunteers demanded higher investment in out-of-hours care to finish the healthcare lottery.
It should send a warning regarding the shortage of staffers at NHS facilities after the chief of NHS has expressed concerns about the care provided over a weekend.
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