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emergency services

Emergency care '…services …necessary to prevent death or serious impairment of health and, because of the danger to life or health, require the use of the most accessible hospital available and equipped to furnish those services'
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Parts are semi-urban, but the area of land to the west and north of Hexham sees a vast expanse of territory that genuinely suffers from a lack of emergency services.
“As Symphony Bluelight was designed and built specifically for the emergency services, in consultation with them, we made the decision that the current process was just too slow for their needs.
TAKING ACTION: Emergency services were quick on the scene following the terror attack on Glasgow Airport in 2007
Emergency services at the college during yesterday's security alert.
* Emergency services and care must be rendered without first questioning the patient or any other person as to ability to pay.
The emergency service agencies have also worked very closely with the City of Melbourne and Heritage Victoria to finalise a preferred concept design for the site.
PES DG Dr Rizwan Naseer told the delegates that Emergency Service (Rescue 1122) was established in 2004 and gradually evolved into a comprehensive emergency preparedness, response and prevention system established under the Punjab Emergency Service Act, 2006.
LAHORE -- United Nation's Organization for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) representative Annette Hearns appreciated efforts of Punjab Emergency Service (Rescue 1122) towards international urban search & rescue accreditation certification (INSARAG).
When I was in England, there was no such rule that I was aware of and I am not sure if there is one now, but if there is no such driving rule, then may I suggest the ECHO start a campaign to implement one as this does allow the emergency services to get where they need to go faster, thus saving lives.
Participants from the emergency services and hospitals in Coventry and Warwickshire will work on a range of fictional scenarios at the event.
A major disaster is to be simulated in the North to make sure emergency services could cope with a terror attack or natural disaster.
Eligible members of the emergency services in Wales and the rest of the UK will receive the Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal.

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