Under-staffed hospital A&E’s request for help from military medics turned down| The Independent

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A crisis-hit hospital was forced to request support from military medics to care for patients at its chronically under-staffed A&E department, it has emerged.  Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust held talks with the local barracks as it sought to resolve a dire staffing shortage in the emergency department of Chorley Hospital, which has since been forced to suspend its service.

Source: Under-staffed hospital A&E’s request for help from military medics turned down | Health News | Lifestyle | The Independent

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