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Avoiding Unnecessary A&E Attendance

 

The winter season always sees a spike in attendance at Accident and Emergency Departments of local hospitals across the country, and the Bradford area is no exception. This spike can also continue into the Spring. Whilst no-one wants to turn people away who need to access Acute Care, the ‘winter pressures’ have been exacerbated by the attendance of people with minor ailments who could be cared for by alternative providers who specialise in non-acute care.

Services such as self-care, NHS 111, Community Pharmacies and General Practice would all be capable of providing support at a more appropriate level and convenience for members of the public.

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