Ive got a question i cant find a answer to. I monitor most Stateband/MED/H.E.A.R channels to hear the EMS-Hospital comms in my area. I know that most ambulance svcs, county ems, use cellphones for contacting the ER's and notifying them that they're coming & the patients problems, vital signs, and current conditions are give them a heads up that way. And the majority of traffic that i hear is when air support (Airlife Helicopter, Air One from Atlanta Medical Center, so forth) is calling in to the hospitals over the HEAR system or MED1, MED2, MED3, channels cause they maybe cant use a cellphone due to wearing helmets, or it may interfere with the aircrafts electronics or for whatever reason. But when they are flying pediatric patients into the local childrens hospitals i dont hear them calling in to alert them (Scottish Rite, Egleston Hospital) over any of them frequencies. Is their some special frequencies that they use different from others or are they sending this electronically (Messaging Thru Computer/Phone Text Type) or are they gone digital now? Im also curious as to how they dispatch their aircraft? Im thinking by phone or Nextel, Southernlinc or some way thats un-monitorable im not sure? I can hear them communicating with ATC towers giving their positions & so forth & saying they are in route to a childrens hospital but i never hear them call the hospital to give info that they are flyin into a childrens hospital. The Frequencies ive got are these below.
154.2800, 155.3400, 155.2800, 463.00000, 463.02500, 463.05000, 463.07500, 463.10000, 463.12500, 463.15000, 463.17500, 462.95000, 462.97500.
Are my chances of hearing them better If i go and program the remainder of the frequencies into my scanner from here--> Public Safety Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference
or will that be waste of time or will that even get close to hearing anything more than i already do?