WESTERN NEW SOUTH WALES –
COBAR, some 686km west of Sydney, continues to fail its townsfolk in medical care.
Why have a hospital if clinical staff are ill-equipped with skills, equipment and medicines?
Country people deserve better and they deserve an explanation from Western NSW Local Health District, which supposedly oversees Cobar, on what it overlooks and why.
Cobar District Hospital is sounding like a sheltered workshop. Running beautifully because it has no patients and ones who do present are turned away and others denied admission altogether.
Since when do nurses control who is admitted to hospital?
Read more of Carrie Fellner’s story in today’s The Sydney Morning Herald