Thursday, 30 April 2015

Health workers fear for future of NHS

UNISON West Midlands have today revealed that over 90% of members working in the NHS surveyed are worried about the future of the NHS.
UNISON recently surveyed thousands of members across the West Midlands asking how worried they are about the future of the NHS. This lead to the stark truth that 93% of health workers are worried about the future of the NHS.
Ravi Subramanian, UNISON West Midlands Regional Secretary said:
“UNISON members are at the front line of delivering services in the NHS and work in roles such as nurses, health care assistants, cleaners, porters, and receptionists.
Our members cover the roles that keep the NHS working and functioning as a world class service.This survey shows the recently highlighted public concern about the NHS is well placed because the over 90% of the workers in the NHS are also worried.
On 7 May people have the chance to vote to ensure that the NHS gets the investment it needs and remains a public service free from privatisation.”

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