NHS reforms: specialist services spread 'too thinly', claim managers

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NHS managers in south Wales have recommended concentrating specialist health services at four or five hospitals across the region.

They have been drawing up plans to reorganise services in hospitals from Newport to Swansea.

The managers claim services such as high level A&E, and care for sick newborn babies are spread too thinly.

BBC Wales health correspondent Owain Clarke reports.

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