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Linking ambulance, emergency department and hospital admission records to examine patient and health service delivery outcomes when opening an additional emergency department: A before and after study



Linking ambulance, emergency department and hospital admission records to examine patient and health service delivery outcomes when opening an additional emergency department: A before and after study



Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal 12(4): 176-177




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DOI: 10.1016/j.aenj.2009.08.077


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