If you’ve ever been in an emergency room, you’ll know what it means to wait.
And wait, and wait, and …. Wait.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average emergency department wait time is around 30 minutes, and treatment time is around 90 minutes.
That adds up to at least two hours of waiting.
It’s an improvement since 2008 when the average total waiting time was four hours and three minutes.
But an emergency is an emergency, right? You need to be seen quickly!
Not in two hours!
Well, that’s what the doctors and nurses of the ER ward hear a lot.
So, yelling at them probably won’t help.
But there ARE some special techniques that WILL help.
Secrets passed down from ER chiefs that Health Confidential has quietly sourced – and made available to you.
It’s all in our special report!