ER on the RADAR

Reed, Vita
February 2005
Orange County Business Journal;2/7/2005, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p21
Discusses how hospitals in Orange County, California are revamping their emergency rooms to make way for technology, more patients and additional staff. Saint Jude Medical Center's plan to expand its emergency room as part of a modernization project; Emergency technology at the Santa Ana Freeway at UCI Medical Center; Technology additions at the Saddleback Memorial Medical Center.


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