KING COUNTY, Wash.
— The King County Medical Center is the safest medical facility in the county and its patients are well cared for.
But there are a few hospital systems in the region that are not immune to some of the health problems that plague them.
The King County Hospital has been hit the hardest by coronavirus, and while its staff are not under attack, the city has not been spared either.
The city has lost at least nine patients, including three who died, and one more has been admitted to the hospital in critical condition, officials said.
King County Medical Centers emergency room has had the highest number of reported patients since September, when a patient died in the emergency room after receiving a shot of experimental drug mcr-532, according to a hospital spokesperson.
That same month, the hospital also lost two patients, and a third was hospitalized.
The city of Bellevue is not immune from the coronaviruses either.
The city also has had at least five patients hospitalized.
There are two patients with serious health issues, but no deaths.
The Washington State Department of Health released a statement on Wednesday urging residents in Bellevue and the surrounding region to avoid the hospital, which has a large concentration of residents who live in the area.
Bellevue residents can check out their local hospital’s website to learn more about their health.
In Bellevue, the health department reported that the city’s emergency room saw a total of eight patients on Oct. 14, with six of them requiring further evaluation.
The hospital’s emergency department saw three patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome on Oct 21.
The last patient was admitted to Bellevue’s ICU on Oct 23.
Officials in Seattle also reported a surge in patients on the citywide ER, where they have seen more than 400 patients, compared with only two in Bellevues emergency room, and none in Seattle’s hospitals.
The King City Health Department reported an increase in patients in the city emergency room from October 23 to October 31, from 2,945 to 3,085.
King County has the highest numbers of hospital admissions, at more than 16,000, per capita.
In addition to Bellevues, the King City Department of Public Health reports at least two other hospitals have experienced an increase.
The county’s primary care hospitals, which provide primary care for more than 4 million people, have seen an increase of more than 100 patients, from 3,400 to 5,000.
A total of 11 of those patients are in critical care.
A total of 1,000 people were admitted to hospitals in King County last week, according the King Health Department.
That’s an increase from about 400 the week before.