Need Fulton Co UHF Hospital Freq.

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Bryon80

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I am in the process of updating our radio's in all of our Med units. I am need the UHF Med channels for the hospitals within atlanta. I have the GA UHF Med channels programmed but I am not sure which Hospitals use which Med Channel.. Any info would be helpful
 

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I don't know of many hospitals that still use the Med Channels. Most are on TRS, on a rare occasion, you might find one on H.E.A.R. Easiest way is to just call each hospital and ask. Back in the day, Grady was always on Med 1 and Piedmont was on Med 2.
 

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These listings were obtained by using "Geosearch" on FCC ULS License search.
Frequency range 450-464 for Fulton and Dekalb Counties.

Lots of overlap. They pretty much are all licensed for the range of UHF Med freqs.

Hope you find interesting...

Emory Crawford Long - FCC Licensed Freqs:
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - WPEW342 - EMORY UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF HEALTHCARE DBA CRAWFORD LONG HOSPITAL - Frequencies Summary

Fulton Co Fire EMS - FCC Licensed Freqs
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - KNNT794 - FULTON, COUNTY OF - Frequencies Summary

Georgia Baptist Medical Center - FCC Licensed Freqs
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - KZG228 - GEORGIA BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER - Frequencies Summary

Piedmont Hospital - FCC Licensed Freqs:
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - WXP394 - PIEDMONT HOSPITAL - Frequencies Summary

St. Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta - FCC Licensed Freqs:
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - KMB271 - ST JOSEPHS HOSPITAL OF ATLANTA INC - Frequencies Summary

TeleMed - FCC Licensed Freqs:
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - KYK298 - TeleMed, Inc. - Frequencies Summary

Dunwoody Medical Center - FCC Licensed Freqs:
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - KEG329 - DUNWOODY MEDICAL CENTER - Frequencies Summary

Northlake Regional Medical Center - FCC Licensed Freqs:
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - KEG357 - NORTHLAKE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER - Frequencies Summary

DeKalb County Medical Center - FCC Licensed Freqs:
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - KVS250 - DeKalb Medical Center - Frequencies Summary
 

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Whenever a hospital applied for a MED frequency, they normally are licensed on 462.950-463.175/467.950-468.175, so they just kinda coordinate with the other hospitals who is going to be on what channel. With H.E.A.R., everyone would hear all calls unless they kept their radio's in select mode.
 

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UHF Med channels

Med 1--Grady Health System (aka Grady Memorial Hospital) PL 192.8

Med 2--South Fulton, Scottish Rite, St. Joseph PL 192.8

Med 3--Kennestone, Atlanta Medical Center, Piedmont PL 192.8

Med 4--North Fulton, CWL (aka Emory Midtown) PL 192.8


These channels are not used as much. Many providers call the hospital via cell phone. North Lake Regional went out of business many years ago along with Dunwoody Medical Center. Shallowford and Southwest Community are also out of business along with Physicians & Surgeons Hospital on Bolton Road. FYI. I hope this helps.
 

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UHF Med channels

This might also be helpful.....

MED 1 RX 463.000 TX 468.000 PL 192.8 Grady


MED 2 RX 463.025 TX 468.0250 PL 192.8 St.Joseph, Emory, Scottish Rite, Dekalb General, South Fulton


MED 3 RX 463.050 TX 468.050 PL 192.8 Northside, Piedmont, Kennestone, Eggelston


MED 4 RX 463.0750 TX 468.0750 PL 192.8 North Fulton, CWL, Cobb General
 

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Gwinnett Medical Center is on HEAR, MED-7, and Gwinnett's 800. That group is encrypted. They will turn up Med-7 if a unit requests it. They ALWAYS talk to EMS helicopters on the HEAR and will usually turn it up when their dispatch calls for acceptance. In other words, the radios are always on, just volume turned down because the bulk of their traffic is Gwinnett.
 

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Thank you, Catnip. I thought you joined the PD many, many years ago? I worked with you many, many moons ago in Buckhead on 34 or 35. Thanks! Stay safe!
 
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