Damning ambulance ramping figures released for Queensland hospitals | 7NEWS

Damning ambulance ramping figures released for queensland hospitals | 7news

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As Queensland’s health crisis deepens, it can be shown just how long ambulances can spend waiting with patients at hospitals.

The latest figures are damning, revealing paramedics could spend an entire shift stuck in one spot.

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