Tendring: Rapid response nursing to ease hospital bed strain and boost care

Health bosses Gary Sweeney and Nicola Carmichael with patient Patricia Williams

Health bosses Gary Sweeney and Nicola Carmichael with patient Patricia Williams

First published in News

A NEW rapid response scheme to boost treatment and cut the number of patients filling hospital beds has been hailed a success by health chiefs.

For the last month, people have been visited in their own homes by rapid response nurses who decide if patients need hospital care.

Read the full story on the innovative scheme in the Clacton Gazette, out now.

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