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From: Healthy quote <>
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Sent: Mon, 12 Oct 2015 20:17
Subject: Saga have a wide range of health plans for most budgets

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The NHS does an admirable job providing a wide range of services, and remains second to none for emergency treatment. However, it is under increasing pressure when it comes to non-emergency treatment with thousands of people waiting to see a consultant for diagnostic tests and for the hospital treatment they need. The latest report from the King's Fund highlighted the proportion of patients waiting more than 6 weeks for a diagnostic test has now missed its target for the past 15 months in a row. Plus, the overall number on the NHS referral to treatment waiting list has been steadily increasing since 2012.

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