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‘We don’t feel it’s safe’: the systemic failures in rural healthcare

  • The shortage of healthcare staff puts patients and the community in NSW at risk.
  • Nurses and doctors are forced to get rid of their patients to make room for others leading to the failure of the region’s health system.
  • The health system fails the health of the rural communities resulting in inferior hospital service access and poorer health outcomes.
  • Rural health service under-resourcing and insufficient healthcare workers increase patient transfers from one hospital to another.

‘We don’t feel it’s safe’: the systemic failures in rural healthcare

‘We don’t feel it’s safe’: the systemic failures in rural healthcare

www.theguardian.com
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