emergency activity

emergency activity

A term of art referring to patient “traffic” in A&E (UK), which ranges from minor walk-in injuries to life-threatening accidents.
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"This could include temporarily curtailing all but critical and emergency activity."
Registered and, despite a 5% growth in emergency activity, we have been able to ensure our waiting lists for both outpatient appointments and planned procedures have not increased - we still have room for improvement though.
Other photos showed the extent of emergency activity asBaker Street was closedboth ways at around 8am on Wednesday (February 27).
But Iona McGauran, lead nurse at Raigmore Hospital, said: "If additional capacity is required during peaks in emergency activity this would be planned for and staffed appropriately."
NHS Digital's report - Hospital Accident and Emergency Activity 2017/18, created in partnership with NHS England - shows Monday is the busiest day of the week for A&E departments, and the most popular time of arrival is between 10am and noon.
Accident and emergency activity statistics released by ISD Scotland have shown that the percentage of patients seen within the four hour target is at its lowest level since March 2015.
Pall Mall was again the centre of emergency activity yesterday after five more World War II devices were unearthed - bringing the total to seven after Monday's discoveries.
Emergency activity should not be affected, but the office won't be able to evaluate individual permit applications, pre-construction notifications for regional general permit authorizations, or requests for jurisdictional determinations until the office is able to reopen.
You will also learn about using data and working with clinicians to understand and address variation in referrals and emergency activity.
"There are major challenges in managing unprecedented levels of demand - pressure that translates into more emergency activity, making it more difficult to achieve targets for treatment times and service access," he said.
Lorraine Lambert, South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust's chief executive, said: "South Tyneside District Hospital is currently experiencing an unprecedented volume of emergency activity which has, sadly, resulted in us having to cancel all planned surgery as we have no beds available.
Worcestershire hospitals are struggling due to changes in contract income and emergency activity with all expenditure under review.
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