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Old 11-14-2017, 9:36 PM
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Default Abbott Ambulance Codes

I've searched this forum and the Internet and what I've found seems all old and outdated.

I've been hearing nothing but codes when there are Abbott Ambulance calls.

They will say things like "Respond on a [city name] 349" or "Respond on a [city name] 151".

I'm just really curious what these codes mean. I've not been able to find any information on this.

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You’re going to have to give us more. Where is this?
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Old 11-15-2017, 12:25 AM
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Are you talking about Abbott EMS of Missouri & Illinois?

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It's just the internal code for a call. 301 is emergency response to cardiac arrest, 155 is a non emergency BLS transfer. A 200 series call is an emergency with medical on scene, nursing home, hospital, medical office etc. 382 is a Emergency car accident response. 346 is a shortness of breath. 381 sick person. If you can find the code sheet they have floated around a long time online. I've lost all my old ones from when I worked there.


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Youíre going to have to give us more. Where is this?

Sorry.

462.95000 WNDA516 RM 210.7 PL AbbottEMS IL Abbott EMS: IL Dispatch [MED 9]



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If you can find the code sheet they have floated around a long time online.
This is what I've been looking for but I've not been able to find one so far.
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