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Poll: Do you have confidence in the National Ambulance Service?

A Prime Time investigation raised concerns about the service, but its director Martin Dunne said the care they deliver is ‘second to none’.

LAST NIGHT’S RTÉ Prime Time investigation showed that only one of every three people with life-threatening conditions were responded to by the ambulance service within the target time in 2013.

A whistleblower described her concerns about the system.

Meanwhile, a number of people spoke about how they lost loved ones or had family members who suffered serious health affects due to not being attended to in time.

Director of the National Ambulance Service, Martin Dunne, said that the care they deliver to patients is ‘second to none’. He said that the service has been given the finances and service to deliver change.

We want to know: Do you have confidence in the National Ambulance Service?

Poll Results:

No (2879)
Yes (924)
I'm not sure (463)

Read: What we learned from tonight’s shocking Prime Time investigation into ambulance delays…>

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