According to the warning issued by a health service chief recently, new patients will not get access to beds in hospitals since they are expected to be occupied by the elderly and more vulnerable who are not able to get council care following Coalition cuts.
Nigel Edwards who is heading the NHS Confederation said that patients will be denied treatment since the NHS is still fighting to remove the after effects of severe reductions in the funding by local authorities.
The coalition government has vowed to raise the budget of NHS in the next four years despite its plans of reducing above 40 billion pounds from other public services. Local councils will have to take the burden of some of the most severe cuts.
He wrote, “Hospital beds will be blocked for those who badly need care because the support services the elderly require after discharge will not be available. Less support from council services will quickly lead to increased pressure on emergency services and hospitals.”
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