The acting Chief Executives of Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service have affirmed that cuts in the budget would not lead to reduced health services. It has further been affirmed that no cuts have been introduced in the budget of 2012-13.
They have affirmed that the hospitals will continue to provide the health care services. The introduction of cuts in the budget has not hampered the health care services of the hospitals. The waiting period has fallen in the same time.
It is hoped that the hospitals would continue to provide the care services to the patients ensuring healthy life of the majority. The arrival of recession in Australia has led to huge cuts in the health care sectors.
It is not for the very first time when authorities have raised concerns over the working of the health care sectors. However, it is believed that the hospitals of Australia will continue to provide best services to the patients. A spokesperson of Australian Medical Association Queensland said, “We will be monitoring the situation to make sure patient care on frontline services isn't compromised”. The cuts thus introduced in the health sector would soon be explained by the Shadow health minister Jo-Ann Miller.
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