Backlash over NHS rescue ‘plan’: Ex-Health Sec Jeremy Hunt says service needs more staff NOT targets


Therese Coffey’s NHS rescue plan was today accused of being too focused on targets and ignoring the staffing crisis.

The new Health Secretary announced an ‘ABCD’ strategy in the Commons to fix the crises plaguing ambulances, backlogs, care homes, doctors and dentists.

It includes an ‘expectation’ for every patient to be offered a GP appointment in two weeks and a £500million social care package to help free up 7,000 hospital beds.

Ms Coffey also promised to keep the four-hour A&E wait target…



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