Letter to the Editor - ambulance ramping


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The Queensland Health monthly ambulance ramping data for December has just been released.

It shows Annastacia Palaszczuk has clearly broken her election promise to provide a better health system for Queenslanders.

Instead of more hospital beds and better patient care, Labor’s priority has been wasting taxpayers money renaming the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital.

Our hard working nurses, doctors, paramedics and midwives need more help on the frontline to improve patient care.

Queensland’s public hospitals are bursting at the seams and ambulance ramping is rife.

In government, the LNP significantly reduced ambulance ramping and scrapped Labor’s hospital bypass policy.

Sadly, our public health system has lurched back to the bad old days, when Anna Bligh called Queensland Health a basketcase.

Queenslanders deserve a world-class health system that Annastacia Palaszczuk isn’t delivering.

Labor should be focussed on patient care, not petty politics.

When it comes to better health care, Annastacia Palaszczuk is all talk and no action.

Ros Bates MP
LNP Shadow Minister for Health and Ambulance Services

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