Call 9 And Med Channel Frequency Help

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Hello, Can someone please list the med channel and call 9 frequencies and pl's, I can't find them on the website anymore, I have lost my copies.

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For the Raleigh County area this is what I have so far, I'm thinking it is the same thru the state but different pl tones for each areas.

462.950 179.9 BRAH, RGH & VA Hospital
462.950 CSQ MED 9 Call 9
462.950 151.4 MED 9 Call 9 Call 9 467.950 151.4
462.950 156.7 MED 9 Call 9 Call 9 467.950
463.000 151.4 MED 1 Base
463.050 151.4 MED 3 Base
463.100 151.4 MED 5 Base
463.125 151.4 MED 6 Base
463.150 151.4 MED 7 Base
463.175 151.4 MED 8 Base
468.050 151.4 MED 3 Mobile
468.100 151.4 MED 5 Mobile
468.150 151.4 MED 7 Mobile
468.175 151.4 MED 8 Mobile
 

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463.000 MED 1 Paramedic to Hospital

463.025 MED 2 Paramedic to Hospital

463.050 MED 3 Paramedic to Hospital

463.075 MED 4 Paramedic to Hospital

463.100 MED 5 Paramedic to Hospital

463.125 MED 6 Paramedic to Hospital

463.150 MED 7 Paramedic to Hospital

463.175 MED 8 Paramedic to Hospital

462.950 MED 9 Call channel

462.975 MED 10 Call channel



To listen to the other side ( the hospital ) , just add 5 mhz = Example Med 1 - Hospital to Ambulance = 468.000 .

Remember that the Med Channels are simplex and do not go through a repeater, so to hear the EMS units, you will need to be close.

Usually , Key word being "Usually" EMS units call the hospital on Call nine, then the hospital will designante a " Med Channel " to go to to receive a patient report, and / or, give orders for interventions and medication administration. UHF is not the best in all areas, so 155.340 or 155.400 can be used.

Also 155.160, 155.340, 155.400


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Usually.... Call 9 in Raleigh County is on a repeater. I think that might be why we can at times pickup Medvac in VA here. Also our 155.340 it much easier to listen to on repeaters. Again you can hear both side that is going. However, I do resort to the +5mhz at times so I can figure out if I hearing the correct EMS.
 

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The FCC by default paird these freq. in the UHF by +5mhz. The only question is if they are using them and if the are running as repeater setup or simplex. I would think all hospital will have the call 9 freq.
 

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Most are Duplex +5 Mhz and the Repeater is rarely used.
The Ambulance Transmits on the 468.xxxx and the Hospital transmits on the 463.000
you need Both to hear the entire conversation [unless the Repeater is enabled] and you
need to be relatively close.


The FCC by default paird these freq. in the UHF by +5mhz. The only question is if they are using them and if the are running as repeater setup or simplex. I would think all hospital will have the call 9 freq.
 
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