Ambulatory Emergency CareAmbulatory Emergency Care (AEC) is an approach which results in a significant proportion of emergency adult patients being managed safely and efficiently on the same day avoiding admission to a hospital bed. This means that patients are assessed, diagnosed, treated and are able to go home the same day, without being admitted to hospital overnight.
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