The Scottish Conservative Party leader savaged Ms Sturgeon during Scottish First Minister Questions. Mr Carlaw named eight targets the Scottish NHS has failed to meet during the time the SNP has been the largest political party in Scottish Parliament. The Tory SMP also accused the SNP leader of "showboating".
Mr Carlaw said: "Well First Minister, here is the current score.
"The 12 week treatment time guarantee - missed and never met.
"The 18 week referral to treatment - missed.
"The 6 week wait for diagnostics - missed.
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"The 18 week wait for psychological treatment - missed.
"The 18 week mental health target, missed."
He continued: "The 62 day target for cancer treatment, missed.
"The chronic pain target - missed.
Nicola Sturgeon slammed the Conservative Party's NHS record in England
"That is your record in 2019 First Minister.
"When you were showboating for the cameras this morning did you not think that the thousands of patients who have been let down by your government should have been due your apology?"
Ms Sturgeon hit back: "Let me remind Jackson Carlaw this government has an £850 million waiting times improvement programme which is delivering improvement and making progress.
"For Jackson Carlaw to stand up in this chamber the week after under the Conservatives in England the worst waiting times on record were recorded is quite frankly a bit rich."
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Earlier today SNP MP Ian Blackford unleashed a scathing attack on Boris Johnson for playing with his phone during an SNP independence rant.
Mr Blackford said: "It is for the Prime Minister to explain to the people of Scotland why he is denying Scotland the right to choose our own future.
"Why did democracy stop in the Prime Minister’s world with the independence referendum in 2014?
"Can I say to the Prime Minister it is not a good look to see him playing with his phone rather than listening to the legitimate demands of the Scottish National Party."
Mr Johnson quipped: "Well say something more interesting."