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High demand at U of A hospital ER shifts flow of patients to Stollery

Across Alberta, emergency rooms are beyond swamped, and now space at the Stollery Children’s Hospital is being used to help handle high patient demand in the adjacent University of Alberta Hospital emergency department.

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Across Alberta, emergency rooms are beyond swamped, and now space at the Stollery Children’s Hospital is being used to help handle high patient demand in the adjacent University of Alberta Hospital emergency department.
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