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Med C Caroline cty & surrounding areas

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If you are referencing the talkgroup patches to the BIO-MED channels for patient data, Caroline County should come up on one of the below-listed (from our database):

25072 61f D MED-A EMRC Hospital Patch A
25104 621 D MED-B EMRC Hospital Patch B
 
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Yes Med-C I've been monitoing that system for several years now.And the other day they referenced MED-C So DUHHHHHHHHHHHHH nothing... whatever you meant by that! Mike
 
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The UES Consortium radios in QA were re-programmed a few months back. There may well be other talkgroups (in addition to "Med C") that we've yet to ID.
 

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Med C Talkgroup

Med C is the 800mhz trunked talkgroup for Dorchester County units on the med radio. Look in Dorchester County's database and it will be listed along with Medcall and Med D for Dorchester units. Any further questions PM me and I will try to help you figure it out.

Adam
 

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Talbot Center dispatchers will assign MED-C or MED-D when talking to Dorchester Co paramedic units requesting a patch to "1000" (Easton Memorial) or "DGH" (Dorchester General). I believe the reason you can hear this is because MED-CALL gets simulcasted on both Eastern Shore Consortinum TRS and Dorchester TRS.

Working channels MED-A/MED-B exist only on the Eastern Shore Consortium TRS, while MED-C/MED-D exist only on Dorchester TRS.
 
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