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Britain has fewest doctors, hospital beds and cancer scanners

December 16, 2016

An OECD report -covered in the Daily Telegraph of 24/11/16 – identifies that the UK has 2.7 beds per 100,000 people when the EU average is 5.2. Britain has fewer doctors than any country bar Romania and Poland with 2.8 per 1,000 people. The EU average is 3.5. Britain has the third lowest number of MRI scanners with 6-1 per million of population with an EU average of 15.4



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