Beneficial national community healthcare manifesto
I and all the Beneficial National Community will strive to achieve significant additional funding for the NHS, serious modernisation to the vast majority of hospitals, an increase in salary for staff, new hospitals built all over the country and shorter waiting times.
Modernisation will cut waiting times, leading to more effective treatment and more time spent on the patient, and not searching for their medical records. You may be thinking, we should be spending on the patient and not the systems and tech, but by spending money on the systems we WILL be directly spending on the patient, speeding up there life and allowing more patients with severe injuries to treated faster. However, fully modernising all hospitals is not our goal. Trusts that do not see large amounts of patients and do not struggle with waiting times do not need to be modernised, allowing more money to be spent on building new hospitals and to fund the rest of the NHS.
We will ensure that all staff will be given an increase in salary, giving more of an incentive to work for the NHS, and subsequently filling the gap in jobs (or at least part of it). We are commiting ourselves to funding an additional £37 billion for the NHS to achieve all goals listed above, including the building of 45 new hospitals all over the country, especially where they are most needed. We will also attempt to end as much privatisation in the NHS, ensuring free healthcare.
Our short term goals are to decrease waiting times and to increase salary for staff. We would like these changes to come into effect almost immediately. If you vote for us you are securing these goals as fact, and if these changes do not happen, feel free to hold me to account.