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Latest press releases

  1. Thu
    14
    Sep
    2017

    NHS could face a ‘winter of woe’ unless hospitals and local authorities tackle delayed discharges, says RCS

    The Royal College of Surgeons has warned today that unless hospitals and local authorities work together to improve handover of patients and significantly reduce delayed transfers of care the NHS will struggle to free up enough hospital beds to cope with winter pressures.
  2. Wed
    30
    Aug
    2017

    Wales sees over 400% increase in patients waiting more than a year for surgery – RCS analysis

    Freedom of Information requests of waiting times data in Wales made by the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) have found that in March 2017 the number of patients waiting more than a year (52 weeks) for surgical treatment was 3,605 – a rise of over 400% in four years. In March 2013, 699 patients were waiting more than a year for treatment.
  3. Tue
    15
    Aug
    2017

    Leading dentists warn an estimated 1.8 million or more over-65s have an urgent dental problem

    Leading dentists have warned there is an urgent need to improve oral healthcare for older people. The Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons estimates that across England, Wales and Northern Ireland at least 1.8 million people aged 65 and over have an urgent dental condition such as dental pain, oral sepsis (a dental infection that can lead to blood poisoning) or extensive decay in untreated teeth.

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