Central Medical Emergency Direction

Priority Call Guidelines

PRIORITY ONE (Immediate Life Threatening)

Cardiac Arrest
Acute Pulmonary Edema
Unstable Cardiac
Respiratory Arrest
Major Head Injuries
Airway Obstruction
Multiple Trauma
Anaphylaxis
Unstable GI Bleed
 

 

PRIORITY TWO (Life Threatening)

Suspected Cardiac
Unstable Medical (e.g., hypoglycemia)
CVA
Symptomatic Cervical Injuries
Coma (unknown etiology)
Suspected Fractures/Dislocations of Joints
Unstable Trauma
 

 

PRIORITY THREE (Non-Life Threatening)

Stable trauma:
 
Minor Lacerations and Soft Tissue Injuries
 
Suspected Minor Fracture without Circulatory or Nervous System Compromise
 
 Other Non-Acute Medical Complaints
 

 

PRIORITY FOUR (Stable)

Interagency Transfers
Direct Admissions

 

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