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emergency

a. a patient requiring urgent treatment
b. (as modifier): an emergency ward

emergency

A distress, or an urgency, condition that may affect the safety and security of the aircraft or passengers.
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DOH and DSHS saw in emergency contraception a unique contraceptive option that could benefit all women at risk of unintended pregnancy.
It may be possible for a small minority of owners and managers to create their Emergency Action Plan in-house but the vast majority of buildings need to begin the process of looking for qualified EAP service providers to prepare their requisite EAP.
The training was designed to provide a forum for higher-education officials to discuss with community and emergency management officials how we can organize our campuses, form community partnerships, and sustain these partnerships over time with the explicit purpose of preparing for a community crisis.
Valley Presbyterian Hospital treats 90-100 emergency room patients a day and had one physician staffing its emergency room.
Organize meetings with proper school officials, coaches, local police, local Emergency Medical Service (EMS), and other available medical personnel to develop a plan right for your athletic program and put it in writing.
A plan walk-through introduces the crisis team to the emergency response plan.
While defined as a "model act" the document is really a blueprint of the kinds of authorities needed in an emergency.
Daley at a press conference introducing the city's new Emergency Alert System, which, in the event of an emergency, will warn residents on radio and television broadcasts.
As a result, many law enforcement managers understandably view their emergency response systems, often developed in isolation from one another, as effective.
Ideally, all critical or emergency loads should be fed from common circuits, separate from non-emergency loads.
a 1992 case in Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas, Cleveland, Ohio, a patron of a fitness center was reportedly awarded $250,000 after suffering a cardiovascular emergency on the premises.
Emergency departments are the bulwark of the country's health care system.

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