GOOD REPORT CARD FOR HOSPITALS
February 16, 2010 at 6:30 pm
The latest public hospital performance figures have revealed several major metropolitan hospitals are below the national benchmark, in the time taken to treat patients with life threatening illness.
Prince of Wales and Penrith Nepean Hospitals were among the worst – but the figures painted a healthier picture in the New England, with improvements made in waiting times at Tamworth and Armidale.
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