Have you ever wondered what the NHS append their money on? Well this post will tell you every thing you need to know.
The NHS spend majority of their money on hospitals. It is said that they spend approximately 50% of their money on the hospital. I think this is good because the amount of people that go to the hospital and also alot of people who may be ill will go there. I believe that alot of this money must be spent on equipment and new resources, which again is very good and useful.
The NHS also spend just 15% of their money in family health services,this includes GPS, dentists, optitions and pharmacy. Which again is very important especially with the pharmacy as you need it to provide you and your family medicines and cures for your illnesses. Also having an eye check is very vital because if you don't you could lose your eyesight. So I think that it is good that they are spending that amount of money on family health service. But could they spend more?
The NHS do unfortunately have to waste money on buying rubber gloves which costs up to £5 million a year. Meanwhile some people are saying that the NHS could free up to £3.7 million if the hospitals paid the minimum prices on some syringes which vairy from £323 to £553 for just a pack of 50.
What do you think are they spending their money correctly or is there a better way.
Thankyou for taking your time and reading my post. From genius_chocolate