Fiona Stanley Hospital survey shows serious concern

Fiona Stanley Hospital survey shows serious concern


Friday 3 July 2015

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A survey conducted by the AMA (WA) on Fiona Stanley Hospital has been very well recieved, with over 660 doctors responding.

 

A significant amount of responses expressed wide-ranging concern over the commissioning of the new hospital, and also raise serious questions about continuing quality of management.

 

Given the survey results, the AMA (WA) is currently making arrangements for a meeting of all doctors to be held at Fiona Stanley Hospital to seek advice about future strategies.

 

Details about the meeting will be emailed to you separately in the near future.

 

To view the results, please click here.

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