The hospital's first building, an outpatient clinic, opened in 1975.
Some people are able to receive part or even all of their treatment in an outpatient clinic.
Outpatient clinics and some other services would be moved to Virginia.
Among other health care facilities, the city is home to two major outpatient clinics.
Closing out the 1860s, the school opened its first outpatient clinic.
The procedure can be done in a doctor's office or outpatient clinic and takes about an hour.
The hospital's own outpatient clinics and emergency room will remain open.
The average wait for these patients who were seen outside the normal times of outpatient clinics, was 13 (range 3-104) weeks.
The hospital, which has about 250 beds, plans to keep open some outpatient clinics.
And even a few extra hours in an outpatient clinic can increase the cost of surgery.
Why do they always cut everything off in the emergency room?
She had been to an emergency room earlier in the day.
She put all four of them into the emergency room.
I was taken by my wife to the emergency room of a local hospital.
He started to go into the emergency room, changed his mind.
We'd spent the last several hours at the emergency room.
The emergency room was actually the last place he wanted to take her.
My wife called 911 and they took me to the emergency room.
The people in the emergency room made him stay outside.
"I went to the emergency room and they told me to come here."
But do you want to know what an emergency department in a hospital is really like?
Summer for the emergency department does not always begin on June 21.
This is most likely an emergency department at a hospital.
The first hospital building was built in 1930 at the site of the current emergency department.
"We wanted to create a much better environment for children than an emergency department," he said.
This isn't the career work that the emergency department started.
The emergency department is usually found in a hospital or other primary care center.
Each hospital has a 24-hour emergency department, and a wide variety of medical services.
Close to 25,000 people receive treatment in the emergency department every year, the hospital reports.
What can the emergency department do that cannot be done in other settings?
The medical unit seemed to have given up on her.
But you'll have to wait until you've been seen to by the medical units.
Private health services are also very important and account for 13% of all medical units in the country.
He called for help, but no medical units could reach them in time.
An Australian medical unit was now at war for the first time since 1945.
All the medical units are under orders to get out.
She tried to remember the specifics of the medical unit.
"Would you mind telling me the reason behind your request for a medical unit?"
Instead, he found work as an orderly for a French medical unit near the front lines.
A few may work for a tiny medical unit that will remain on this base.
A young Asian doctor, small and brisk, came out of the casualty department.
They remembered the last intruder and his condition as they took him down to the casualty department of the general hospital.
You must go to the casualty department of a hospital to have any wound properly looked at, as soon as possible.
During the 1980s a small casualty department was staffed by local doctors.
If the relatives could not pick the patient up, he would be lodged in the casualty department of the local hospital.
The ground floor had been converted into a casualty department and maternity ward.
Treatment at these clinics is often less expensive than it would be at a casualty department.
She walked slowly out of the casualty department.
He ran towards the casualty department, ignoring the shout of a passing attendant.
Emergency care is provided free of charge to any person admitted through the casualty department.