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Time Sensitive Emergency

Time Sensitive Emergency – Trauma

WaaahYah! WaaahYah! WaaaYah!… By Dr. Stu Willis, Emergency Department Director The sudden sound of a vehicle crash…the sight of a bloody leg from a chain saw encounter…the thump, thump, thump of granny pivoting down the stairs…these all produce instant fear, anxiety, and worry for an episode of serious injury. As the first Pacific Northwest hospital

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Time Sensitive Emergencies in Boundary County

Time Sensitive Emergencies in Boundary County Recent news events have highlighted the statewide Time Sensitive Emergency (TSE) initiative in Boundary County.  A tree falling on someone working in their yard has the Boundary Ambulance Service paramedics working with Boundary Community Hospital Emergency Department physicians to call in Life Flight Network to transport the patient directly

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TSE Childhood Injury Prevention Month

September – National Childhood Injury Prevention Month   By – Stu Willis, MD & Gina Gallette, RN Boundary Community Hospital Emergency Department   Your three-year-old child falls from the ladder as he mimics his dad changing a light bulb a few minutes ago…he’s unconscious and has a softball-size swelling on his forehead!  Your six-year-old daughter

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