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Mark Drakeford on GP changes and NHS waiting times in Wales

How long should we have to wait to get NHS treatment?

Changes to the way GPs are paid should make it easier for them to see patients sooner, the Welsh government says.

But at the same time, a record number of people in Wales are waiting longer than nine months for hospital treatment.

Health Minister Mark Drakeford spoke to Wales Today presenter Tomos Dafydd.

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  • 09 Jan 2014
  • From the section Wales
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