Denver area Hospital Emergency Ambulance Radio

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James_Bond_007

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Do they use the (or even have) h.e.a.r. (for the ambulance to talk to the E.R.) frequencies anymore post hippa? if they are still in use does anyone have the frequencies for the denver metro area
 
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Do they use the (or even have) h.e.a.r. (for the ambulance to talk to the E.R.) frequencies anymore post hippa? if they are still in use does anyone have the frequencies for the denver metro area
HEAR is 155.340 but it has not been used for years in the metro area.

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Every hospital has a talk group on the DTRS and this is backup (for most EMS agencies) to communicate with the ER. There is also an ER MAC talk group on the DTRS. Hospitals are required to participate in radio drills every so often (Tri-County Health did one today). Hospital 800MHz radios (should) have all the Network First talk groups, the MAC Channels necessary, County Health Departments, and talk groups of other hospitals around them.
 
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