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NYC Private Hospital Frequencies?

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Does anyone know the frequencies and the PL's of the private hospital's ambulance service runs on? New York-Presbyterian, St. Luke's, St. Vincent's, NYU, etc.?
 

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I believe most are using NexTels

mike,

Many individual New Yorkers and corporations / institutions (for their staff / guests) opt not to dial 9-1-1 during a medical emergency and will instead call their hospital of choice directly to initiate an emergency response. These types of calls are often handled off the FDNY system. An example of what 10's looking for is (based on my dated notes as I don't routinely listen to such systems as they also handle mundane routine transports / interfacility runs as well) New York - Presbyterian's...

463.650 (245) northern Manhattan
461.100R (131.8) southern Manhattan
461.200 (162) Brooklyn North
463.250R (023) Brooklyn South
471.7875R (023) Queens
461.200 Queens
462.325 (023) Westchester
472.5625R

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245 is a DPL tone

R means the frequency is repeated, you don't have to worry about that when entering it in the scanner
 
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