Our survey of over 1600 doctors revealed that just 8 think the NHS is well prepared for Coronovirus. Frontline doctors have detailed their concerns including critical care capacity and lack of basic provisions. Read more in The Guardian here.
DAUK Chair, Dr Rinesh Parmar speaks to Sky News about concerns from members about the availability of intensive care beds in the event of a Coronavirus outbreak.
Dr Rinesh Parmar tells the Evening Standard that the NHS is already on its knees. With our hospital already under immense pressure and the worst A&E waiting times since records began, frontline doctors are expressing concern about how our already struggling NHS will cope with an influx of patients.
Dr Rinesh Parmar speaking to Channel 4 News about the current pressures in the NHS even without the potential influx of patients from a Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.