James Cook reveals some of its strangest A&E admissions as unit is described as 'very busy'

James Cook reveals some of its strangest A&E admissions as unit is described as 'very busy'
 

The A&E department at The James Cook University Hospital has disclosed some of its most bizarre admissions.
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s A&E departments are under excessive strain, as more people visit the department for non-urgent care.
The trust is appealing to the public to “keep A&E free for genuine emergencies” - after revealing some of the most unnecessary reasons that people have decided to visit.
One person visited after suffering a guinea pig bite, while another man went to the hospital to rest his feet when his new shoes gave him blisters.
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18 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 35
Source: Gazette Live
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