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Cornish Hospitals Extend X-Ray Services

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7:02am 20th April 2013

X-ray services are being extended at some minor injuries units for the second weekend running to help ease the pressure on Treliske.

The Royal Cornwall Hospital has been struggling to cope with a rise in emergency admissions, bed blocking and Norovirus.

Now patients are being urged to use the units at St Austell and Camborne and Redruth, as a trial is extended.

7:02am 20th April 2013

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