Paramedics were requested from the address in Barnet, North London, 3,594 times in 2016/17.
Experts also disagreed with the Chancellor's assessment in the Budget that £6.3billion of extra NHS funding over the course of parliament, including £1.6bn this year, would sustain levels of care.
The patient was taken to Broomfield Hospital on Wednesday morning with a suspected stroke after her daughter Leah Butler-Smith called emergency services.
It's after national coverage about the NHS winter plans to prioritise services.
Flu cases in Scotland this winter have more than doubled compared to the same period past year, putting pressure on NHS services around the country.
Referring to the restrictions on implementing health service reform due to the current political instability, he said: "We need reform, we need transformation".
On New Year's Eve, of 194 ambulance transfers, 92 patients waited for between 30 minutes and an hour to be admitted, while 21 waited longer than an hour.
For it means the hospital can no longer guarantee patient safety and provide a full range of services.
University Hospitals of North Midlands emergency medicine consultant Richard Fawcett described the conditions in his department as "third world", and said his trust had "run out of corridor space" and was closed to ambulances.
The pressures are likely to intensify later this week, with the return of freezing temperatures predicted across the UK.
"So far, the vaccine is proving to be effective against the most commonly encountered flu strains this season although it is still too early to have a complete picture".
When asked if he would apologise to patients, he said: "Of course".
It's estimated that this could affect 55,000 surgeries.
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt apologised for any one affected by cancellations but said the guidance meant cancellations were taking place in a "planned way", unlike previous year.
It comes as hospitals across the country compete with winter's annual spike in demand.
Colchester General Hospital's Emergency Department.
The health minister said: "Our £22.4m winter funding, the highest amount in any one year, will continue to be invested in health boards throughout winter to help them cope with pressures".
Nuffield Trust's chief economist, Professor John Appleby, issued a grim warning saying: "The sobering reality is that winter for the NHS has hardly started" and that bed occupancy and the number of beds closed due to norovirus are no worse than a year ago.
'GPs are doing their best but they haven't got three sets of arms.
The situation has also forced NHS Lanarkshire to recommend that people who have had certain highly contagious conditions try to stay out of hospital where the diseases could spread to other patients.
After seeing the figures, May said: "I know it's hard, I know it's frustrating, I know it's disappointing for people, and I apologize". Please be assured we will be in touch in the coming weeks to reschedule your treatment or appointment as quickly as possible, and thank you for your patience and understanding in these challenging circumstances.