A survey published by the King’s Fund has revealed that the British public’s satisfaction with the National Health Service (NHS) remained steady in 2016.
The National Centre for Social Research carried out the ‘public satisfaction with the NHS in 2016 survey’ and found that 63 per cent of people were satisfied with the NHS.
Here are listed some findings from the survey:
Commenting on the report, the chair of British Medical Council, Dr Mark Porter said that the National Health Service is one of the best health services in the world, but with the main areas of disappointment around staff shortages, waiting times and lack of funding it is clear that the public know that the health service is under greater pressure and is at breaking point.
He further added that the NHS remains under huge pressure and patients deserve more than sticking-plaster measures for such a vital public service.
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