111 number: 3,000 in Shropshire call non-emergency number
0 Comments There were 2,820 calls made to the 111 number over the three-month period; 944 in May, 901 in June and 975 in July.
Of those calls, around one in eight were advised to go to A&E, with just over half told to go to see their GP or an out of hours doctor.
One in six – 17 per cent – were not advised to seek medical advice in either a hospital or GP setting, according to the figures.
It comes as the Telford CCG board was told A&E waiting times are still below par, with two patients at Royal Shrewsbury left on trolleys for 12 hours or more waiting to be seen.
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