"One family told me their mum had only been waiting six hours on the floor for an ambulance. Only six hours. For a moment I thought this was a positive outcome. A patient in their 80s, lying on a cold hard floor for the equivalent of three quarters of my shift and I felt this was good patient care.
Sadly, this genuinely was better than earlier in the year with patients waiting over 12 hours on the floor and an additional 16 plus hours in an ambulance. I cried when I got home about how far we’ve fallen."
An anonymous junior doctor shares his experience on the NHS frontline.
I fight every day to care for my patients – but junior doctors are at breaking point (12 April 2023) https://www.politicshome.com/thehouse/article/fight-every-day-care-patients-junior-doctors-breaking-point
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