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#911061 - 17th Nov 2014 7:55pm Avoid APH A .and E. unless emergency
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http://www.wirralglobe.co.uk/news/116075...medium=facebook

WIRRAL patients are being advised to refrain from attending A&E unless it is urgent.

The number of people going to A&E and calling 999 has caused severe pressure on the health service over the last few days.


NHS teams across Wirral are working extremely hard to cope with this demand.
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#911105 - 17th Nov 2014 9:15pm Re: Avoid APH A .and E. unless emergency [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Well how strange that Colchester Hospital sent out the same message last week.

It wouldn't have anything to do with the Inspection by The Quality Care Commission would it. They are around and about at the moment.

If it is, then we can make our own minds up to the real answer for this.

http://www.cqc.org.uk/content/celebrating-outstanding-care
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#911113 - 17th Nov 2014 9:40pm Re: Avoid APH A .and E. unless emergency [Re: granny]
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Originally Posted By: granny
Well how strange that Colchester Hospital sent out the same message last week.

It wouldn't have anything to do with the Inspection by The Quality Care Commission would it. They are around and about at the moment.

If it is, then we can make our own minds up to the real answer for this.

http://www.cqc.org.uk/content/celebrating-outstanding-care
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#911132 - 17th Nov 2014 11:11pm Re: Avoid APH A .and E. unless emergency [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Its the time of year--people switching on their central heating after the summer and all the dust and germs behind radiators circulating.

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#911135 - 17th Nov 2014 11:17pm Re: Avoid APH A .and E. unless emergency [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Even so....rocking up to A and E. I have an intense dislike for those that abuse A and E services....and ringing 999 for non-emergencies.
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#911136 - 17th Nov 2014 11:18pm Re: Avoid APH A .and E. unless emergency [Re: RUDEBOX]
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No chance here... Mine's on 24/7 **uckin roasting in here smile

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#911139 - 17th Nov 2014 11:24pm Re: Avoid APH A .and E. unless emergency [Re: Pete_M]
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No chance here... Mine's on 24/7 **uckin roasting in here smile
Not sure of your point Pete_M think Get the Mr/Mrs to drag you outside if you pass out from the heat though- maybe a slap around the chops- to rouse you before you dial 999??
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#911148 - 17th Nov 2014 11:55pm Re: Avoid APH A .and E. unless emergency [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Don't think so , smile loving the heat while it lasts wink was emphasising the point of NOT having to switch my heating on, getting back to point Rudy** A+E do a great job and are stretched to full capacity, not that you would even recognise that>>>> DumbBall!!!

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#911164 - 18th Nov 2014 7:56am Re: Avoid APH A .and E. unless emergency [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Time wasters should be charged for using A&E :

Drunks
Druggies
Attention Seekers
Silly kids who have kids of thier own ( my biggest gripe to be honest )

See it all the time on facebook. Young girls with kids saying they'll have to go to A&E or the out of hours service because little "tommy" has a cough or little "destiny" is crying because she's teething. Just let them get on with it - NHS can't really help you with that and you're wasting thier time.

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#911198 - 18th Nov 2014 12:58pm Re: Avoid APH A .and E. unless emergency [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Some might like to see this. Find your GP or and hospital results. Just released online


http://www.cqc.org.uk/content/our-intelligent-monitoring-gp-practices





Edited by granny (18th Nov 2014 1:01pm)
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#911200 - 18th Nov 2014 1:06pm Re: Avoid APH A .and E. unless emergency [Re: Pete_M]
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A+E do a great job and are stretched to full capacity, not that you would even recognise that>>>> DumbBall!!!
Oh, I do!! (and knock the Personal Insults on the head)
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