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Welsh A&E waiting times still below target

The number of people being seen within four hours at accident and emergency departments across Wales has improved slightly in January - 82.3% of patients up from 81% in December.

The figure is still well below the 95% target set by the Welsh government.

At a training facility in Merthyr Tydfil, medical students are practicing community health care to relieve pressure on hospitals.

The BBC's Health Editor Hugh Pym reports.

  • 18 Feb 2015
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