'We try and do too many things in too many places' says health minister Mark Drakeford
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A&E shortages show need for NHS reconfiguration needed - minister

"We spread the jam too thin" when trying to provide NHS care, Welsh Health Minister Mark Drakeford has said.

He was speaking after figures showed 15% of the medical positions are either vacant or being filled by temporary staff in accident and emergency departments in Wales.

The minister says a reconfiguration of the health service is needed to manage resources better.

  • 18 Dec 2013
  • From the section Wales
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