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Should patients be charged £10 for non-urgent A&E treatment?


No, until you are prepared to provide a decent globalised service! there are better and far more suitable ways of reducing the number of patients attending A&E. Why put them under strain when often they see no other alternative. Besides, how would you decide who, and who not to charge? Alternatively reduce taxes or offer a tax rebate instead of expecting patients to pay twice!

Posted date

13 March, 2014

Posted time

9:24 pm