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Following National Guidelines in Acute Care can improve emergency access and patient flow

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Abstract This paper describes how a Foundation Trust was able to meet emergency access targets. The Acute Medical Unit (AMU) was expanded from 29 to 81 beds and patients with expected length of stay (LOS) of less than 5 days were managed by the acute medical team only. Acute physicians…

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