NHS 'has fewer doctors' than other countries
The state of the NHS in England has been a major talking point during the campaign - health in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland is run by devolved administrations with their own elections next year.
A new study suggests that the NHS has fewer doctors, nurses and hospital beds than health services in many other wealthy nations and a key part of the debate has been how to ease the increasing strain on GP practices.
The BBC's Health editor, Hugh Pym, reports.
05 May 2015
- From the section Health