From CBS New York:
When it comes to emergency rooms, New York tied for 13th place in a state-by-state ranking Thursday.
As 1010 WINS’ Carol D’Auria reported, the average waiting time to be seen and treated in an emergency room in any part of the state is more than six hours.
The overall grade for New York is a C, D’Auria reported.
Dr. Robert Glatter, spokesman for the American College of Emergency Physicians said that the Affordable Care Act will likely negatively impact emergency rooms.