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PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS

PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS JUNE 4, 1938 VOLUNTARY HOSPITALS EMERGENCY BED SERVICF METCEBJTISN 1221 estimated that 80 per cent. of all emergency calls arise. HOSPITALS EMERGENCY It will in both cases be open seven days a week. VOLUNTARY A full description of the method of working, with in- BED SERVICE structions as to how to use the service, will be published in On May 27, in his presidential address to the Council of the British Medical Jolurnal in the issue immediately pre- Edward's Hospital Fund for London, H.R.H. the King ceding the opening. Those doctors who already receive Duke of Kent announced a project for centralizing the the King's Fund Out-patient Time-table will receive a admission of emergency and acute cases to London volun- letter advising them when the service is about to open tary hospitals. The Council, considering this project to and giving the telephone number, which they will be asked be one of great importance to the hospitals as being likely not to communicate to the public. In order to avoid to improve the service rendered to patients and doctors receiving calls from the public the number will not be alike, passed a resolution to provide staff and funds to published http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png British Medical Journal British Medical Journal

PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS

British Medical Journal , Volume 1 (4039) – Jun 4, 1938

PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS

British Medical Journal , Volume 1 (4039) – Jun 4, 1938

Abstract

JUNE 4, 1938 VOLUNTARY HOSPITALS EMERGENCY BED SERVICF METCEBJTISN 1221 estimated that 80 per cent. of all emergency calls arise. HOSPITALS EMERGENCY It will in both cases be open seven days a week. VOLUNTARY A full description of the method of working, with in- BED SERVICE structions as to how to use the service, will be published in On May 27, in his presidential address to the Council of the British Medical Jolurnal in the issue immediately pre- Edward's Hospital Fund for London, H.R.H. the King ceding the opening. Those doctors who already receive Duke of Kent announced a project for centralizing the the King's Fund Out-patient Time-table will receive a admission of emergency and acute cases to London volun- letter advising them when the service is about to open tary hospitals. The Council, considering this project to and giving the telephone number, which they will be asked be one of great importance to the hospitals as being likely not to communicate to the public. In order to avoid to improve the service rendered to patients and doctors receiving calls from the public the number will not be alike, passed a resolution to provide staff and funds to published

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
ISSN
0007-1447
eISSN
1468-5833
DOI
10.1136/bmj.1.4039.1221-a
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Abstract

JUNE 4, 1938 VOLUNTARY HOSPITALS EMERGENCY BED SERVICF METCEBJTISN 1221 estimated that 80 per cent. of all emergency calls arise. HOSPITALS EMERGENCY It will in both cases be open seven days a week. VOLUNTARY A full description of the method of working, with in- BED SERVICE structions as to how to use the service, will be published in On May 27, in his presidential address to the Council of the British Medical Jolurnal in the issue immediately pre- Edward's Hospital Fund for London, H.R.H. the King ceding the opening. Those doctors who already receive Duke of Kent announced a project for centralizing the the King's Fund Out-patient Time-table will receive a admission of emergency and acute cases to London volun- letter advising them when the service is about to open tary hospitals. The Council, considering this project to and giving the telephone number, which they will be asked be one of great importance to the hospitals as being likely not to communicate to the public. In order to avoid to improve the service rendered to patients and doctors receiving calls from the public the number will not be alike, passed a resolution to provide staff and funds to published

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British Medical JournalBritish Medical Journal

Published: Jun 4, 1938

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