After several other medical fields, now its turn to reduce the waiting times in the public dental system and so has the Commonwealth and ACT governments recently announced new funding into the service.
According to the health officials, the dental services operated by ACT serves low income earners, pensioners and children but they have noticed that the waiting time for the non-urgent work is 12 months in the department.
Just as ACT Labor had previously promised that it would bring new beds to the Centenary Hospital for Women and Children as well as for the Calvary Hospital so that improvements are realized in care. A recent report has revealed that the labor has again been promising additional beds, this time for the Canberra Hospital.
Elections are near and politicians are leaving no opportunity to coax the voters. Recently, the representative of Labor said that they will boost the recruitment of the nurses and will also open a new clinic if they win in the coming elections.
Election fever seems to be getting high in Australia, as just one month is left. Local population got the taste of the same when Australian Capital Territory Labor announced about its promises, which it will abide by if they get re-elected.
It has been uncovered by a recent report that Katy Gallagher, who is being accused of tampering medical data at Canberra Hospital since long, has admitted that her sister has also been working as a senior nurse at the hospice.
Ms. Gallagher had been called for another hearing yesterday, wherein she was asked in more detail about her act of manipulating data related to emergency patients.
As compared to last year's ratio of women getting their breast screened, this year, there has been noticed a terrific increase of 30% in the ACT.
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