Our Emergency Departments are under extreme pressure
Our emergency departments in Royal Glamorgan, Prince Charles and Princess of Wales hospitals are all extremely busy.
We hope you stay safe and well but if you do need help and it is not life-threatening or an emergency, please try another service instead.
The most seriously injured and ill patients are prioritised at our A&Es. This means that, even if you are there before someone else, if you have a less serious condition, you will likely face an extended wait.
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WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP?
- Go to our website for other nearby services which can help you – including the Minor Injuries Unit, GPs, pharmacies, and other specialists: https://ctmuhb.nhs.wales/patie…/local-nhs-health-services/
- If you’re unsure what to do, use the NHS 111 Wales symptom checker for advice on where to go for advice and treatment: https://111.wales.nhs.uk/
- Remember! If you have any stroke symptoms, have severe blood loss or have suffered a major trauma, please ring 999 or visit an ED straight away. Go to the NHS website for more situations when you should always go to an Emergency Department: https://www.nhs.uk/…/urgent-and…/when-to-go-to-ae/