Thousands of doctors have ‘little or no confidence’ in the NHS’ ability to provide safe patient care

Thousands of doctors have told a BMA survey they have no confidence in being able to manage patient demand in the coming weeks and that caring for those with Covid-19 has severely impacted the treatment and care available for other patients.

More than ten thousand doctors took part in the survey over two thirds said they had either little or no confidence that the expected demand could be properly managed.

Over 50 percent said the care for patients without Covid-19 already suffering with the situation in their hospital Trust, GP practice or local NHS was getting worse.  Click here to read more.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
This entry was posted in Covid-19. Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.