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Patients waiting times slashed

8th August 2007

Patient waiting times in Wolverhampton have been slashed by more than 80 per cent during the past year, according to new figures.  In June 2006, more than 800 patients had been waiting for hospital appointments for over 13 weeks, of which 212 had been waiting 20 weeks or more for non urgent sugery or inpatient treatment. But statistics published by Wolverhampton Primary Care Trust show that, 12 months on, the number waiting 13 or more weeks has fallen to 145, a reduciton of 81.8 per cent.

 

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Article Information

Title: Patients waiting times slashed
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 3682
Date Added: 8th Aug 2007

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Birmingham Post

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