A lifeline for SA’s emergency departments
The recent Monaghan Report has highlighted the desperate need for an overhaul of South Australia’s emergency departments.
The report has particularly targeted Flinders Medical Centre, where ramping, or leaving patients in ambulances due to over capacity, sparked the inquiry and consequent recommendations.
Health Minister John Hill has since come out and said all 52 recommendations of the report will be implemented.
So are these recommendations the solution?
Angus Randall spoke to Dr Peter Sharley from the Australian Medical Association about the report and implications.
Producer: Sophie McKay
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