NSW/ACT chief executive Andrew McKinnon said the wait for
an appointment with an ophthalmologist was compounded by the further wait of one to two years for elective surgery.
Zechariah and Elizabeth, Mary, Joseph and John were living with a promise that nurtured them and enabled them to wait for
what or who would come.
So I wait until it is my turn to get on and then when I reachmy destination I ring the bell and wait until the bus stops, but then I have to wait again because the passengers getting on the bus couldn't wait for
me to get off it.
The biggest problem facing the NHS in meeting waiting time targets is the unacceptably long time some patients have to wait for
diagnostic and therapy services, such as speech therapy.
Reductions in diagnostic waiting times are part of a wider programme to achieve an overall 18-week wait for
all planned care treatments by December 2008.
Students wait for
report cards, high school seniors for acceptance (or rejection) letters.
The report follows the latest long wait for
a hospital bed revealed yesterday by the Echo.
THE PROBLEM with trying to craft compelling drama out of a week-long, historically arresting nonviolent protest is that, when the chips are down and the red and black wheel is a-twirl, you're still asking an audience to watch as people wait for
an outcome we already know.
According to annual surveys of Canadian physicians, the median wait for
treatment after a referral from a general practitioner jumped by 90 percent between 1993 and 2003--from 9.
But the Government still failed again to meet old targets on cutting the length of time some people were being made to wait for
Chisholm said: "Nothing matters more to patients than the length of time that they have to wait for
THE number of people on NHS waiting lists in Scotland has fallen, but patients are facing a longer wait for