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Location, Location, Location: Is the Closest ED Always Best?

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Location, Location, Location: Is the Closest ED Always Best?
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    Time is critical in a medical crisis, but according to new research, the nearest facility may not always be the best place for the patient. Dr. Brendan Carr, lead author of the study and assistant professor of emergency medicine and epidemiology at the University of Pennsylvania, discusses his research with host Dr. Shira Johnson. They also look at future technology that could tell doctors and paramedics the best place to take a patient using GPS and the same system used for trauma victims. 

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    Time is critical in a medical crisis, but according to new research, the nearest facility may not always be the best place for the patient. Dr. Brendan Carr, lead author of the study and assistant professor of emergency medicine and epidemiology at the University of Pennsylvania, discusses his research with host Dr. Shira Johnson. They also look at future technology that could tell doctors and paramedics the best place to take a patient using GPS and the same system used for trauma victims. 

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