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Chevyman22360

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I am wondering after the ambulance picks up a patient to be transported to a hospital does the ambulance radio the hospital with information on the patient? What frequency would that be on for Milbank and also for Watertown, I have alot of the statewide ems frequencies programmed in and also have a digital scanner and have it in open mode and never hear anything. Anyone have any information on this??
Thanks in advance!!!
 

KC0LOE

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A lot of agencies use 155.32500 for ambulance\helicopter to hospital witch is State wide ems channel 1
 

jacobsonnr

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Sorry for the late reply, in Watertown they dispatch the Fire and Ambulances on the Same Freq, 154.2500. If it is a Wtn Ambulance they will report on this Frequency back to 5-2 (Wtn Area Dispatch/PD).

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