More than £10m has been lost to the NHS in Wales in the last three years because ambulances are not transferring patients to hospitals quickly enough.
After taking patients to hospital, crews should be ready to answer the next emergency call within 20 minutes.
Research by the BBC shows that tens of thousands of hours are lost when ambulances fail to meet that target.Perhaps they should watch thier episode of Casualty (much advertised as being "Made in Wales" ) where even fictionalised situations seem have a more realistic idea of whats happens in Emergency Departments than the BBC Wales News staff.
I can only assume that BBC Wales health correspondent Arwyn Jones and his researchers have never been taken to an Hospital by ambulance. what do they expect Ambulance to do . Pin a note on a patient and leave them in the Lobby, If the patient had been sick or spillt blood on the floor of the Ambulance, just leave it there and only clean up at the end of the shift.
If both I and the ex Stonemason (John Tyler ) can agree on this then it does show how pathetic BBC Wales have become as John says...
Maybe the reporters at BBC Wales should get out more, sit alongside people who actually work for a living rather than looking for a story where a story doesn't exist, paid for by the very same people they look to criticise.
There you go ive quoted him and agreed with him.
I know this is supposed to be the silly season byt in the case of BBC Wales its appears its more the stupid season.