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  • n. Plural form of nonemergency.


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  • Some medical groups have expressed concern about whether consumers can reliably distinguish between a potentially life-threatening emergency and nonemergencies.

    Centers for Urgent Care

  • Proponents of health insurance reform for Massachusetts said it would save money because it would solve the problem of the uninsured going to the emergency room for nonemergencies, which ends up costing all of us a ton of money.

    You Know I’m Right

  • Benjamin Lawsky, New York State superintendent of financial services, has an "active and ongoing" investigation into what insurers tell clients about what's covered before they're treated for nonemergencies.

    NYDN Rss

  • Central Florida would be unable to go to the 18 regional hospitals in the Florida Hospital network for nonemergencies or visit doctors employed by and acilities owned by the chain.


  • Up to now, it's been used primarily for demonstrations and nonemergencies.

    FCW News

  • That can include helping with emergencies and nonemergencies that range from flu clinics to health fairs.

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  • In the Tuesday interview, he said that figure includes not only emergency calls for which public ambulances are used, but also the more costly private ambulance services used for nonemergencies.


  • For nonemergencies, call the Sheriff's Office at 294-5264.

    The Shad Plank

  • For nonemergencies, call 357-3191 during the day and

    The Shad Plank

  • # The overuse of hospital emergency departments for nonemergencies.

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