base station

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base sta·tion

(bās stā'shŭn)
1. General term used for the emergency medical service radio console in a hospital emergency department. Also used to refer to a hospital that provides direct medical control to prehospital providers.
2. A hospital that provides direct medical control to prehospital providers.

base station

A local or regional command and control center for emergency medical services.
See also: station
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The PBS television show Frontline brought attention to the number of cell tower deaths in 2012.
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Alarmed by the spread of the towers in hundreds of locations throughout Los Angeles County, a coalition of grass-roots groups - Residents Engaged Against Cell Towers (REACT) - are pushing for a moratorium on new construction in the county.
Now, however,, companies, such as Unison Site Management are offering a lump sum of cash up front to buy out the remainder of leases from building owners renting out rooftop space for cell towers.