Based on a Freedom of knowledge Request, greater than 90 percent of ambulances in Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin are failing to get at someone inside the eight minute target time.
“We do recognise the hospital is constantly on the work incredibly difficult to address this problem, but is getting to cope with large increases sought after itself.”
Mr MacGregor stated: “Such delays will have a greatly negative impact on ale WMAS to get at patients on time.
“In September 2014, Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group printed a study that demonstrated that additionally towards the 200 ambulance staff employed in the county in those days, WMAS would want yet another 370 staff to attain performance standards within the county in general.
The typical best response here we are at dealing with Red 1 cases previously year is all about 24 minutes in SY15, which provides coverage for Montgomery and surrounding communities, and SY22, which provides coverage for communities in Powys including Meifod and Llansantffraid.
The figures illustrate the ongoing problem of ambulances getting to queue in aampE. The typical best response occasions within the last year will be in Telford. The response here we are at Red 1 cases within the TF1 area, including Wellington and Hadley, and TF2, which provides coverage for Oakengates, St Georges and Priorslee, is 5 minutes.
“To achieve standards in each and every postcode there will have to be 500 additional staff.