NOTE: This content is old - Published: Wednesday, Jun 26th, 2013.
Latest Ambulance service performance figures for December show Flintshire missing the 8 minute target response time for life threatening calls in December.
These figures represent the worst performance for the Ambulance service in Flintshire since the 8 minute target time data was reclassified in 2011
December saw just 48% of Ambulances arrive on the scene of what are classed ‘category A’ incidents, those deemed to be life threatening, 365 out of the 633 category A calls received an emergency response within the 8 minutes of the 65% target time set by NHS Wales, an decrease on November figures by 9.2% and 4.7% worse than December 2012.
Neighbouring Wrexham 72% and Conwy 71.8% and Denbighshire 66.7% were the top performers in Wales for December 2013.
Source: Welsh Goverment