Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 4 October 2015

Air ambulance wait continues

Published 30/10/2013

The decision by DUP ministers to spend £250m on the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, despite some acute services going to the national children's hospital in Dublin, contrasts with their failure to meet transport needs in the context of Transforming Your Care and the new regional heart attack treatment hub at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast.

How long does Northern Ireland have to remain the only part of UK without a proper 24/7 air ambulance, as seen in action each morning on TV's Real Rescues?

Dr Donnelly


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