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

Dr. Denise Whitfield on KCRW

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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