Washington worst in nation for emergency health care

January 5, 2009

When it comes to Washington residents’ access to emergency health care, the state gets a flunking grade.

The American College of Emergency Physicians delivered this unflattering assessment in its recently released “National Report Card on the State of Emergency Medicine,” which looks at such criteria as access to care, quality of care, safety, medical liability, public health and injury prevention, and disaster preparedness.

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