HERE'S your chance to take a look at the new unit has opened at Worcestershire Royal Hospital helping staff to cope better with extra winter pressures.

The Ambulatory Emergency Care unit has been created with £920,000 of extra government funding to help the hospital create extra capacity, taking the pressure off its A&E department.

The work has been carried out ahead of the anticipated winter spike when more people visit hospital for urgent care.

The unit will offer the chance for patients to be assessed, diagnosed and treated on the same-day, without being admitted into hospital overnight.

It will create extra space, reducing the need for patients to wait in corridors for care or while they wait to be discharged.

Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust has released this video giving people a look inside the new unit.