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Challenge over Queen Elizabeth Hospital emergency waiting times clear




The chief executive of Lynn’s hospital has said a project will help free up beds for emergency care despite worrying new data emerging.

Caroline Shaw admitted the huge demand for emergency services at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital is proving “hugely challenging” but measures are in place to ease the pressure.

It comes as the newly-released data showed that A&E patients at the QEH had to wait more than four hours to be seen on 12,028 occasions in 2018-19.


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