The NHS in England has lost more than 1,000 matrons and 3,400 other senior nurses during the past four years it has been claimed.
Figures obtained by the Labour Party has shown that the number of senior nursing posts has dropped since 2010.
Further official data from August shows that the number of community matrons co-ordinating care across different primary services has decreased by 216 in the past four years.
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