BASILDON and Thurrock hospital has missed their target for the number of people set to be seen within four hours at A and E.
The national target is 95% but Basildon hospital could only achieve a 90% success rate.
In the last week, 2,248 people attended A and E. Down by 240.
220 people had to wait more than four hours to be seen. Down by 36.
However, as the crisis is A and E care continues, the statistic has to be compared with other hospitals in the area, that are really struggling to cope.
Southend hospital has announced it is temporarily cancelling non-urgent operations and remains on ‘black alert’.
Princess Alexandra in Harlow closed its A and E to "life-threatening" patients only for a number of days.
Darenth Valley: 91.8% (Down from 97%)
Basildon and Thurrock:90.2% (Up from 88.5%)
Southend Hospital: 85.5%
Whipps Cross: 81%
Princess Alexandra (Harlow): 77.6% (Down from 79%)
Queens Romford: 74.4% (Up from 67.4%)
Addenbrookes: 66% (Up from 61%)
Labour has called on the government to hold an urgent summit on how to alleviate pressure on A&E services in English hospitals.
Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham said local government, the emergency services and other NHS professionals needed to agree co-ordinated action.