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Emergency Care Changes On Hold

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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 11:22am 30th January 2012

A plan to change Cornwall's out of hours healthcare is put on hold.

The Royal College of Nursing says it would mean people with no medical qualification deciding whether it is an emergency.

They fear around half the nurses employed will lose their jobs.

Now health bosses say they will review whether the scheme should go ahead.

 

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