‘GP-type’ patients not worsening ED overcrowding

A recent study in Western Australia has indicated that low-acuity – popularly and misleadingly referred to as ‘GP-type’ patients – are not a major contributor to emergency department overcrowding. The research was undertaken at three metropolitan hospitals in Perth by Dr Yusuf Nagree, who is presenting at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian College for

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