Residents told to keep healthy to help out North Wales hospitals

The way emergency cases are handled in A&E needs to be changed and therefore the health chiefs are busy trying to cope with an influx of extra patients this winter. They are said to be setting up some special units to for improvement.

While the Bosses at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board which is said to run all North Wales' hospitals has asked the people to wrap up warm and keep themselves well. Together with this they are also said to be expecting some kind of additional pressure.

The patients will no more need to be admitted to the hospital since they plan to set up Clinical Decision Units in all the larger hospitals which would easily accommodate some eight to 10 patients. These patients hence will to be admitted to the hospital but simultaneously would receive effective assessment.

"Over the next few weeks we will see an increase in emergency admissions to our hospitals to coincide with the onset of colder weather. The majority of patients will be older people with breathing difficulties and cardiac problems requiring emergency care", said Senior Consultant Olwen Williams.

And in case the people would be requiring some emergency care they would have the privilege to use the emergency care.