Labour has responded to Norman Lamb’s comments on the Coasthopper, which is at risk from funding cuts, following the Transport Minister’s visit to the constituency.
Paramedics have expressed concerns about the wider effects of cuts to the ambulance fleet in the rest of Norfolk – which starts with a shake-up in Diss.
There is a growing need for more solutions in the NHS for north Norfolk’s aging population; North Norfolk Labour Party has told north Norfolk’s new Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
Labour have slammed the government for implementing cuts to council tax benefit for families on the same day there will be a tax cut for 8,000 millionaires.
The percentage of calls reaching patients within nineteen minutes in 2012 dropped from 80.6% to 72.4%.
Statistics which show that the East of England Ambulance Service is facing huge demand and even longer turnaround time delays just days before Christmas
The cold snap is having a considerable effect on ambulance response times and turnaround times in the East of England.
The East of England Ambulance Service Trust is set to miss a target of reaching 95% of ‘Category A’ patients within 19 minutes from the time of the call.
Two shadow ministers were in Cromer on Saturday evening to join North Norfolk Labour Party at their annual Christmas dinner.
Ambulance turn-around times at the region’s hospitals are causing major concern, according to the latest figures revealed by Labour.