Not many days have passed when a heated argument took place in NSW Parliament. The main agenda of the argument was to seek judgment from NSW Health Minister, Jillian Skinner, about the definition of hospital beds and spaces where treatments can be done.
Skinner said transit lounges and chairs can be used as treatment spaces for patients in hospitals. Moreover, the argument also asked Skinner to provide reason as why change in the definition of extra beds and treatment spaces has been made.
On this, Skinner was of the view that he wanted to specify it, so that everyone can know about the same. It was also being found that Labor MP, Luke Foley did not like that Skinner has termed chair as bed, and asked from Skinner to re-confirm the same.
Skinner again said that he for him, chair is a treatment space. Some details of the argument show that it would not have been easy for Skinner to classify chair as valid treatment space in public hospitals. "A transit lounge is a treatment space where a patient is treated, that's why it's called a treatment space", said Ms Skinner.
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