Yellow statues, designed to make people think about how they use Accident and Emergency services, have begun a tour across north London.
The figures each represent a different injury or illness - and are displayed alongside information on the best NHS services for treating that problem.
Doctors say many people wait for hours in A&E when they could have got quicker treatment closer to home.
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