Obviously the corridor spaces were full

Hospital uses ambulances to hold patient overflow – 06 Aug 2007 – NZ Herald: New Zealand National news

The appalling waste in Health is becoming more and more evident daily. Yesterday at North Shore hospital all of the corridor spaces were filled and the hospital was overflowing so much so that ambulances were used as makeshift emergency rooms.

With all the billions extra being poured into health we are still seeing no discernible improvement in the sector.

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