Royal Albert Edward Infirmary

5th July 2016
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The Royal Albert Edward Infirmary (RAEI) is the main district general hospital site, located in central Wigan that hosts the Accident and Emergency department.

Medical care services at the hospital provide care and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions, including general medicine, cardiology, respiratory and gastroenterology.

The critical care services hosted the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary. The intensive care unit provides care for up to seven level three (intensive care) patients and four level two (high dependency) patients. The service also provides a 24-hour outreach service to the hospital by a team of trained nurses and support outreach staff.

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