Two police community support officers are waiting to be seen in A&E.
Asking not to be identified, the male officer says he has brought his female colleague in as a precaution after an incident on duty.
The female officer was hit by a car whilst riding her bicycle and has a painful wrist.
Whilst the injury is not an emergency, they came to A&E rather than going to a GP with the aim of seeing a quick resolution.
"To be honest, I don't really like going to my GP very much," the female officer said.
"And I really think access to GPs needs to be improved," said her colleague.
A&E departments across the country are having what some people call "a challenging" time and others say is a full-blown crisis.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham is a major trauma centre treating the most severely injured casualties from across the Midlands.