“A Death in emergency room One” chronicles Nov. 22, 1963, from the attending emergency-room surgeon in Dallas.
By the time Murray, Jackson, and the ambulance arrived at the emergency room, Jackson still had a low pulse.
I turned left, and began the long, painful walk to the emergency room at the University of Virginia medical center.
Cosgrove said the Cleveland Clinic has also reduced the average waiting time in its emergency room to 13 minutes.
No more than a couple of minutes later, a stocky doctor emerges from the emergency room and crooks his finger at me.
That linen hamper is located in the utility room area of the emergency room, which is just outside of the trauma room area.
The casket was brought out from the emergency room, wheeled out through these two folding doors.
I helped pull it, take the stretcher into the emergency room that he was on.
You have the right to emergency room care wherever and whenever you need it.
Exhibit No. 21 is a summary of the activities of Pat Hutton, who is an aide in the emergency room.
emergency room n.
The section of a health care facility intended to provide rapid treatment for victims of sudden illness or trauma.