It has been revealed in a new report that the proposals regarding healthcare improvement, including closure of two hospitals, put forward by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) in North Wales have become a matter of concern for GPs.
The health board has also decided the removal of community hospital beds from many hospitals, the report finds. While the board's aim is to bring an overhaul to the existing health services in the region, it is being said by GPs that patients' health would in fact be in danger.
They affirm that the x-ray services are removed in case, along with the shutting of Flint and Blaenau Ffestiniog, the situations would worsen. And it is thus that they have been calling for the consent for public to participate in the consultation. Since, they only know better what and what not is benefitting to them.
But, the board itself is saying that any decision would be taken after public's views. It adds that chances are that the proposals would be implemented sometime by next year. Board members further said that their aim is merely to enhance services and not to solve costs problem, which currently also persists. "We believe that Wales can train its way out of shortages with staff", said Dr. Phillip Banfield.
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