first-aid station

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Noun1.first-aid station - a station providing emergency care or treatment before regular medical aid can be obtained
aid station, dressing station - (military) a station located near a combat area for giving first aid to the wounded
station - a facility equipped with special equipment and personnel for a particular purpose; "he started looking for a gas station"; "the train pulled into the station"
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It wasn't a broadcasting centre, it was a first-aid station for a political class hit by a hurricane.
Vicky then put me into their car, took me to the first-aid station and after treatment, took me back to my car.
Four passengers died on the spot, the driver was taken to a first-aid station, and the 5th passenger was delivered to the resuscitation department," the statement said.
Could not a part of this be developed as a waiting ground for trucks - with proper parking bays and life-support amenities like bathrooms, food vendors, first-aid station, etc?
Joining a small handful of other independent Western humanitarians, the pair sets up a first-aid station and clocks long hours at a refugee camp with local government aid inadequate.
I got a nice raspberry," Pottorf, 17, said of his injury before heading off to the first-aid station.
They were taken by bus to a first-aid station and scanned for radiation exposure before moving onto evacuation centers in Hitachi and other neighboring municipalities.
Dave dashed to her assistance, wrapping the elite runner in a foil blanket and helping her to the nearest first-aid station.
At theme parks, zoos, museums, state fairs, and art fairs, we've used the first-aid station or the nursery/mother's room, designed for feeding or changing a baby.
A 42-year-old white man was seen at the otolaryngology first-aid station at our institution for evaluation of signs of upper respiratory failure, which required an emergency tracheostomy.
a basic first-aid station and triage center or a more complex level of a care requiring sophisticated equipment and a highly skilled staff of professionals).