Characteristics associated with problematic pediatric transports to a regional children's hospital

      Levels of pediatric emergency care for hospitals in Tennessee include Basic, Primary, General, or Comprehensive Regional Pediatric Center (CRPC). Our urban, tertiary teaching children's hospital is a CRPC and performs continuous review of transports to our emergency department (ED). Transported patients arrive by EMS ground-transport, helicopter, fixed wing aircraft, or private vehicle.


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