V. Protocol: Clean Side (Liquid contaminant free area)
Entrance to casualty receiving area
One road for incoming, one road for outgoing
Triage Area (Senior Medic, Physician, NP, PA)
Emergency Treatment Area
Immediate Casualty Treatment
Minimal Casualty Treatment
VI. Protocol: Evacuation
Urgent: Transport in 2 hours
Priority: Transport in 4 hours
Routine: Transport in 24 hours
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