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168.525 in Lake City

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Receiving some sort of call on this frequency, and it is medical related.
Several persons activate the line, and repeats his/hers message three times, then there is the sound of a phone hanging up.

Hospital maybe?
 

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168.525 is a VA hospital paging frequency. It is used across they U.S. at VA hospitals.
 

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JoeH said:
I've heard non-VA hospitals using paging systems in the VHF federal band.

There is a lot of that stuff in the VHF band however 168.525 Mhz is mainly used by the VA.
 
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