Health bosses are again urging people in Peterborough to only go to A and E if it`s an absolute emergency.
Officials say the departments at PCH and other hospitals in the county have been very busy over the last few days.
Residents are asked to consider whether they could use alternative services such as their local pharmacy, GP or minor injury units.
Figures show, in 2014/15, 1 in 4 (59,578 of the 238,313) patients who attended A&E in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough during 2014/15 could have self-cared or used alternative services.
This could have saved the local NHS over £4 million the equivalent cost of 677 hip replacements, or 287 liver transplants or 115 more dementia nurses.
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