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Old 12-15-2012, 8:11 PM
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Default Se mass hospital channelization plan

I just wanted to start a list for which hospital operates on which channel.

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St. Lukes hospital- 463.025 MED 2/ MED 22 463.0375 overflow ch. 463.125 med 6 and med52
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Charlton hospital MED 3 463.0500 overflow med7 and med72.

St. Annes hospital med5 and overflow is med 8.
i am still working on plymouth cmed and barnstable cmed.
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Old 12-16-2012, 3:48 PM
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I submitted the region 3 cmed plan,,not sure where to view it .
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I submitted the region 3 cmed plan,,not sure where to view it .
No where, because I kicked it back to you. The submission you wrote was all over the place, and I added a comment to it for further information which you never replied to.

If you wish to send me a private message, I can explain further how the ticket should be submitted so those of us who edit the DB can comprehend it better. We need information to be as precise and accurate as possible. Myself and another DB Admin looked it over but we couldn't make heads or tales from it.

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Old 12-17-2012, 2:48 AM
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Default Plymouth CMED

As of 12/14/2012 Plymouth CMED is soley operating on MED Ch. 1-N through 8-N with new PL tone 103.5 MED 6-N is the critical channel with others assigned as needed as secondary / back-up. In addition to transitioning the existing MED channels to narrow band, there are also new splinter frequencies ( MED 12,22,32 etc) Each CMED still maintains their own PL (NEW PL Tone for narrowband channels)

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Old 12-17-2012, 4:07 PM
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ok w1..will do as soon as i can.
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