Dr. Denise Whitfield

Director of Education and Innovation, LA County Emergency Medical Services Agency

Director of Education and Innovation at the LA County Emergency Medical Services Agency

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LA has such a low supply of ambulances and hospital beds that the county’s Emergency Medical Services agency issued a new directive: Do not transport cardiac arrest patients who have…

Cardiac arrest patients with low survival chance — LA ambulance crews told not to transport them to hospitals

LA has such a low supply of ambulances and hospital beds that the county’s Emergency Medical Services agency issued a new directive: Do not transport cardiac arrest patients who have…

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