It seems that the NSW Government is seriously considering the problems of local community and has been working towards to solve all the issues in regard to health and care. The O'Farrell government has announced that they will allocate $160 million for the redevelopment of hospitals in the state.
They have also announced that 500 new nurses will also be hired to balance the patient and nurse ratio. The fund has been effectively divided among different sections and will be used accordingly.
In addition, it has been revealed that the government will give funds for an extra 50,000 emergency department visits as well as 30,000 acute in-patient services. Responsibility to perform this duty has been given to local health districts.
They will be deciding how the procedure should be carried out. Health Minister Gillian Skinner was of the view, "Before the election we committed to employing 2475 additional nurses and midwives in our first terms, and 14 months into that term we have already surpassed that target”.
Skinner said that they are also going to invest in mental health resources, which will cost the state about $30m in more than three years. It is now has to be seen that which regions in the state needs maximum help.
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