A motorist was taken to hospital following a crash in Ramsgate yesterday evening (November 21).
Kent Police was called to Newington Road, near the fire station, at 5pm following a report of a collision between two vehicles.
One man was taken to the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford for treatment, his injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
A South East Coast Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “One ambulance crew attended the scene and one patient was assessed and treated before being taken to William Harvey Hospital in Ashford.”
Why was this non-seriously injured man taken the 37 miles to WHHospital for treatment???
It is a joke when we have a perfectly good hospital on our doorstep at the QEQM.
What is going on?
Well said Ton, I was wondering the same thing.
Perhaps because QEQM is anything but a perfectly good hospital? dead babies through incompetence & arrogance, refusing to implement the recommendations to stop it happening again. Sending people away with life threatening conditions after doing the bare minimum etc.
Personally from past experience and present experience I’d rather ho anywhere else that QEQM.
Can’t fault QEQM a and e they work hard and do there best in very busy situations
Agree with most they nearly killed me through child birth through neglect and lack of qualifacations
I am told that William Harvey Hospital has more suitable facilities for this kind of event. I have had good treatment at QEQM.