What is a hospital emergency ambulance lane called?
If police sent a 17-year-old to the hospital by ambulance how do you dispute the ambulance charge and whose credit will be damaged if it is not paid?
You don't dispute the charge. You thank the officers for looking out for your child, regardless of whether or not you feel it was justified. It is unlikely there are grounds for dispute. The party who will be responsible for paying charges will be the parent(s) or legal guardian of the minor chil…d. What actions might be taken if the charges are not paid would be the decision of whomever operates the ambulance service. (MORE)
What might be the consequences if a minor calls for emergency medical assistance because she believes her boyfriend has overdosed but he is fine when the ambulance arrives?
Answer . Neither should have any consequences to face, as the minor made the call in good faith and concern. Whether you are a minor or an adult, a 911 call made in good faith will not result in legal consequences or ethical ones either. An abuser of the system, however, could face charges of fi…ling a false 911 report, and then have consequences. The biggest hangup will be when the ambulance arrives, is the boyfriend an adult or is there someone over 18 present? If not, the ambulance may (depending on state and local statutes) be required to transport the boyfriend. Oh, and a person can look "fine" on arrival from an OD, but not be. If the person was called in as a suicidal, the boyfriend may be required to be taken for evaluation anyway. (MORE)
That is going to depend upon how far they are from the hospital. Typically the crew will take 5-10 minutes trying to stabilize the patient before leaving the scene.
Can you be up for legal charges while driving an ambulance by blowing horn setting off a siren for passing someones house if not in route to a Emergency Call?
you are not supposed to use the siren unless it is an emergency, i dont know that they would make a big deal out of it if you were just doing it in front of one house unless there was a big deal made out of it.
Answer . The national average response time for a BLS ambulance is 10 min. Paramedics are 12-15 min.
Answer . Usually, no. Even while responding to emergencies, ambulances and other emergency vehicles are required to exercise "due regard" for other motorists' safety. If a collision does occur, the ambulance is usually expected to stop and another ambulance will be sent to the original emergen…cy. In very rare circumstances, if there is a minor collision involving minimal damage and no injuries (think: mirrors clipping as the ambulance passes), and/or if there are no other ambulances to respond to the original emergency, the ambulance may continue to the emergency, but usually only after the ambulance crew ensures there are no injuries. (MORE)
Answer . Yes, with a few caveats. You may choose which hospital you want to go to as long as they are about the same distance away. If your preferred hospital is substantially farther away than the facility of similar care level, you may have to go to the closer of the two. If you do go to the mo…re distant hospital, insurance may not cover the trip, or make you pay the difference. (MORE)
If the ambulance was using red lights and/or siren, you are obligated to yield the right-of-way. You are likely responsible for this collision.
There are a lot of symptomatic indicators, but its rare to see all of them show up. Alcohol is a Central Nervous System (CNS) depressant. So we see it inhibiting the gag reflex, slowing breathing, and generally messing with the CNS. Given enough alcohol, you will die. But how much is that? The sym…ptoms to watch out for include: . Passing out . Can't be roused . Coma (always transport for this one). . Slow breathing ( (MORE)
Yes Hilton Hospitals are considered some of the best hospitals around. If a patient can show they cannot afford to pay for a bill and are uninsured they will not be held responsible for the hospital bill. The hospital will cover the bill and all will be cleared. No debt and staying healthy.
Hi! You should state the address of where the victim is, the time the incident occured, what has happened (if you know), how old the victim is...i am pretty sure that's all you need. Hope that answers your question!!
A paramedic you retard. ------------------------------ EDIT: The person who wrote this isn't only rude, s/he's also not correct. Generally the person who drives the ambulance is most often an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) where as the Paramedic will likely be in the back with the patie…nt. The two titles are not at all the same, Paramedics receive much more training. Although that being said both positions are very important and the people in this line of work save lives everyday. (MORE)
The beds in ambulances are known as gurneys; but they can also be called stretchers.
I was informed today by a friend-the pilgrims walking toCanterbury-along the ridge of the North Nowns-would at times walkdown this lane to the villages below and "beg" for food-which thevillagers were obliged to give. Rob Hewer.
The term ambulance comes from the Latin word ambulare, meaning to walk or move about which is a reference to early medical care where patients were moved by lifting or wheeling.
When entering an intersection in emergency mode and you are driving an ambulance you should do what?
honk horn or turn on siren. . . . that way u don't almost kill 5 people!
If you really want to know an AVG of how many Calls an ambulance goes on a shift, you have to chose which city your talking about.. For instance,. Chicago has alot more calls then say San Antonio.. So decided which City you want and then ask the question. But shifts are usually 12hours long. And …it takes roughly 45min- 120min on a Call. You do the math if they are getting back to back calls. (MORE)
There are different emergency numbers in different countries. . In the USA it is 911 or 999. . In Australia it is 000.
Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) and Paramedics are normally on board an ambulance. There is one of each on an Advanced Life Support (ALS) unit. A Basic Life Support (BLS) unit can consist of two EMT's and not have a paramedic on board.
You should always seek medical help immediately if you fell as though you have a medical problem. Its always better to be safe than sorry.
Hong Kong St John Ambulance St John Tower 2 Macdonnell Road Hong Kong Tel: +852 2530 8006 8
1) When the rescue inhaler is innefective at reversing asthma symptoms. 2) When the individual is unconscious. 3) When the individual is having an asthma attack and there is no medication ready to be given. 4) If the individual's condition seems to be rapidly deteriorating (losing consciousness, tur…ning pale/gray, breathing ceases, etc.) The best response to this question, however, is: When in doubt, call 9-1-1 or your local emergency number for assistance. Better to be safe than sorry, especially in children and elderly asthma patients. (MORE)
There are a few reasons. Here are some possibilities: . The nearest hospital was full . Your condition required that you go to another hospital (for different equipment or staff) . Your insurance required a specific hospital
Normally, the driver is a certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Paramedics are normally on board an ambulance. This is referred to as an Advanced Life Support (ALS) unit. A Basic Life Support (BLS) unit can consist of two EMT's and not have a paramedic on board. The person being treated in t…he ambulance is called the patient. (MORE)
If someone dies in an ambulance does the EMT call time of death or does the doctor do that after they arrive at the hospital?
What I was taught in school is that NO you can not call time of death, we are considered "Medical Investigators" if you will, not Doctors. So even if you pull a body out of the river on a rescue mission, they are freezing, non responsive you work on them, you secure their airway as unconcious patien…ts can not, tube/bag ... ABC's and get them to the hospital. And then leave it at the door because you as an EMT/Medic did your best. (MORE)
Yes she did. It is very sad. Hope she can recover. Demi Lovato has checked herself into a therapy center for "emotional and physical issues." The exact issues have not been shared with the public.
Most people will recover from their seizures without any medical intervention. If someone has a very long seizure or starts having one seizure after another, then it is advisable to get medical assistance.
Usually a family member or friend will pick up the patient or theymight take a taxi, or hospital patient transport can be organized.If the patient is bedridden, the ambulance may transport thepatient home.
There is no answer to your question. There are too many variables for a definite answer. Some of the variables are distance, traffic, severity of injury, etc.
The ambulance has to respond. the person can refuse attention if he is over 18, not incoherent and conscious
The term ambulance comes from the Latin word ambulare , meaning to walk or move abou t which is a reference to early medical care where patients were moved by lifting or wheeling. The word originally meant a moving hospital, which follows an army in its movements. During the American Civil Wa…r vehicles for conveying the wounded off the field of battle were called ambulance wagons. Field hospitals were still called ambulances during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 and in the Serbo-Turkish war of 187 6 even though the wagons were first referred to as ambulances about 1854 during the Crimean War. (MORE)
if you get shot or hit by a car and you call the ambulance, EMTs will arrive, and take care of you... notice you have to stand still for the emt to heal you... if youre healthy and you call the ambulance, EMTs will arrive, look around and leave.
No hospitals offer emergency dental care as no case would require a potent potential risk for life in relation to dental works. It some cases, patients are sometimes transported to dentistry buildings for their works.
Most hospitals do NOT have an emergency dentist on staff to deal with urgent dental issues. Urgent dental care is normally handled through your regular dentist. Most dental practices have an "after hours" line so that if you require emergency dental care outside of regular office hours, someone will… be available to answer your call and schedule a quick appointment for you. (MORE)
Many hospitals do have an emergency dentist on staff. The practice of having a dentist on staff is especially prevalent in the United Kingdom, where specialty Dental Hospitals are common.
It depends on where your area is, if it has an emergency room or not. Most hospitals though should have an emergency room though. Here in this area though, Williamson County hospital has one as well as Vanderbilt hospital.
the number to call an ambulance is 911 just like the call to get a police . 911
Greenwich Hospital does have an emergency room as well as a wide array of other specialities. One of the most recognized hospitals in Connecticut, the service is said to the best among the US hospitals.
In an emergency, you can use 999 for Police, Fire, Ambulance, Coast Guard and rescue services anywhere in the UK. You can also use the standard European emergency number 112 which works in most European countries and some other parts of the world. If you have a non-urgent health enquiry th…at doesn't need an emergency ambulance, try: . NHS Direct in England and Wales - 0845 4647 (0845 4 NHS) . NHS 24 in Scotland - 0845 424 2424 (MORE)
The Red Crescent emblem was first used by ICRC volunteers during the armed conflict between the Ottoman Empire and Russia (1877â1878). The symbol was officially adopted in 1929, and so far 33 Islamic states have recognized it. See the related link.
Technically no, it is an outpatient visit. You are not admitted to the hospital until you go to a room or care unit.
If neither party is injured and state so then the Officer can use his judgement and not call the ambulance. If all parties claim to be fine but the officer thinks they may have injuries he will probably call the ambulance anyway to side on the side of caution. If he later started feeling bad the off…icer would be criticized for not getting medical attention. (MORE)
St. Michael's Hospital on Ontario Toronto has its ED or Emergency Department. This emergency ward is open 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week. They offer geriatric emergency management and cardiac intervention services.
No. Emergency vehicles use whichever lane they need to - you simplyneed to stay out of their way.
Emergency Hospital - 1956 was released on: USA: 2 November 1956 (Bismarck, North Dakota) Mexico: 15 September 1960
You say "Call the ambulance!" in Yoruba language of the WesternAfrican origin as "Epe oko tongbeyan lo si ile iwosan".
The word "siren" comes from Greek mythology. In the Odyssey, thesirens were singing monsters that lured sailors to their deathswith their sumptuous voices.
In emergency hospitalization the patient is admitted to thehospital in an emergency situations e.g serve abdominal pain, heartattack, accident etc. In such case the insurance company should beintimated within 48 hours of admission to hospitalization.
In case of emergency hospitalization: 1. The insured person may approach the Network Provider forHospitalization for medical treatment. 2. The Network provider shall forward the request to authorizationwithin 48 hrs of admission to the hospital. 3.The Network Provider shall refund the deposit amount… to Youbarring a token amount to take care of non-covered expenses oncethe pre-authorization is issued. (MORE)
In India it is very much necessary to haveambulance service because in accordance to the traffic it is noteasier to reach to the patient on time. Ziqitza is one of thehealthcare that reaches the patient within appropriate time andhelps them to reach the healthcare centre. To know more aboutZiqitza y…ou can visit: zhl.org.in (MORE)