The quality of urgent care services - like accident and emergency departments - is deteriorating in Wales, according to a report by the Auditor General for Wales.
The findings do point to recent improvements but highlight people's confusion about which services to access, the worsening problems of overcrowded A&Es and backed up ambulances waiting to unload patients, and a continuing doctor recruitment problem.
Sarah Hibbard reports.
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