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Bosses of Pennine Acute, which run Fairfield Hospital in Bury, North Manchester General and the Royal Oldham said: We always aim to see and treat patients attending our three emergency departments and urgent care centre as quickly as possible and provide them with the safest and best possible care. “Like most Trusts across the country, we are finding this a challenge due to the flow of patients in and out of hospitals and the large numbers of admissions of patients, particularly those who are elderly and with complex and chronic health conditions. Patient safety remains our priority and our staff are working extremely hard to triage and treat those with serious conditions, those who require urgent attention, and critically ill patients brought in by ambulance as a priority. Shared this There’s been a massive increase in people waiting more than 12 hours in A&E at two Greater Manchester hospitals Readers have contacted the MEN describing the region’s A&Es as chaotic since New Year, with patients on trolleys crowding the corridors and ambulances queueing up outside as paramedics are unable to leave. One hospital had reportedly seen just 59 percent of patients within four hours in the first ten days of January. Several senior A&E medics now say this is the ‘new norm’ and warn it could lead to increased deaths. Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc An NWAS spokesman said: We are continuing to see a high demand for our services right across the North West due to a significant increase in the number of Red incidents we are receiving. As these are patients in a serious condition that need to go to hospital, this in turn impacts on an increase in activity at hospital emergency departments that can unfortunately result in ambulance crews having to wait longer to handover patients into the care of hospital staff before they are able to get back out on the road to respond to other emergencies. We monitor ambulance handover Retweeted times daily and are working closely with our NHS colleagues and CCGs Really interesting to address the issue. We urge the public to support us by only dialling 999 for life-threatening and potentially life-threatening incidents and to consider alternative pathways of care such as minor injury units, walk-in centres or visiting their GP or pharmacist in the first instance. Doctors at Stepping Hill issue second ‘stay away’ warning as flood of patients continue to visit A&E An ambulance worker based in Manchester, who did not want to be named, said the work is relentless and describes the service as hammered. He said: Ive been in the service over ten years.
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