emergency medicine

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the branch of medicine concerned with the prompt diagnosis and treatment of injuries or trauma or sudden illness

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Having the highest level of security is of great importance to the new Emergency Care Hospital in addition to proven reliability and cost effectiveness , said Rory Walker, Operations Director, SPIE Scotshield Limited.
In addition, patients can rely on safe, quality, emergency care close to home thanks to free, convenient parking and an easily accessible front entrance.
The facility is the first purposebuilt dedicated emergency care hospital in England and has consultants on site around the clock.
We are extremely pleased with the results of the GECR campaign and the noticeable difference it made to emergency care patients.
On June 26, the violation of the right of way of an ambulance resulted in endangering the life of a patient, and injuring the emergency care team.
Massachusetts has a lot to be proud of but there is still work to do to improve the environment in which we deliver emergency care.
Adrian Gilbert, acting general secretary of the Association of Professional Ambulance Personnel (APAP), says many of the emergency care assistants in the West Midlands have now re-trained as technicians.
There remain four foundational challenges to properly integrating effective emergency care into the health system in South Africa:
Also, notice how sly or shrewd a step EMTALA may have been, in historical hindsight, for the cause of universal access: put in place access to emergency care, then let the momentum and pressure from it roll all the way to a broader access.
The Department of Health plans for Prof Cooke to use his expertise to further improve the quality and safety of emergency care nationally.
The Department of Health plan for Prof Cooke to use his expertise to further improve the quality and safety of emergency care nationally.
IT was four years ago this spring that a summit of nurses from across Wales gathered at the Royal College of Nursing Wales HQ in Cardiff to discuss emergency care in the NHS.
AMBULANCE staff on Teesside are calling for Emergency Care Support Worker roles to be scrapped.
JUNE 2008 marks the second anniversary of the release of the Institute of Medicine report on the "Future of Emergency Care.
In an effort to bolster the nation's ability to respond to public health emergencies, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently announced the availability of $25 million in grants to hospitals and healthcare facilities via an emergency care grant program.
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