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Hospitals in LA are overwhelmed, telling ambulances not to bring some patients

Hospitals in LA are overwhelmed, telling ambulances not to bring some patients

Patients having extremely low chances of survival will no longer be transported via ambulances in Los Angeles County, California. This is because hospitals are being overrun with patients and the region could soon hit over 1,000 COVID deaths in a day. Oxygen is also in short supply due to the pandemic with emergency workers being told to ration oxygen.

Sandra
Sandra
ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 3 months

Thats called Abandonment, and it is illegal, and you will lose your EMT or Paramedic license through NREMT. That is a failure to act on your duty. It is not up to EMS to decide a patients survivability outside of a mass casualty Triage situation. Even then that's the duty of a Scene Supervisor.

Seekster
Seekster 3 months

California is falling apart...mostly through mismanagement.

Matt
Matt 3 months

Get woke, go _____.

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