Over half of the population say they find it hard to get a GP appointment.
The 50-year-old woman suffered multiple stab wounds.
Self-harm is 'often a precursor to suicide'.
The news comes only weeks before fourteen hospitals pilot new A&E targets.
The national four-hour target has not been met since 2015.
Last month only two hospital trusts hit the target to see and treat 95% of patients within four hours.
Health bosses have called the targets 'outdated'.
In December, only 86.4% of patients were seen within the target.
The trust says it is the right decision to "safeguard our patients in the current circumstances"
The funding will be used to upgrade hospital wards and A&E departments and provide up to 900 new beds.
"Staff often end up on 17-hour shifts"
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