nonemergency

nonemergency

(ˌnɒnɪˈmɜːdʒənsɪ)
adj
not related to an emergency, not requiring emergency care
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Moreover, a composite random back-off is adopted for EWM to compete with nonemergency transmissions and emergency transmissions in a dense network.
State Department last week ordered its nonemergency embassy staff and their family members to leave Lebanon, citing security concerns.
THE future of the nonemergency NHS helpline in Coventry and Warwickshire has been cast into further doubt.
A couple of weeks ago the city rolled out a new Web page that lets people report problems and nonemergency crimes right from Eugene's parks, if they have the right gadget.
and all nonemergency state workers are being ordered to work from home today.
It also pointed out it had ordered the departure of all nonemergency U.S.
Half of women who had had a nonemergency cesarean reported that their doctor had recommended the procedure, and half that they had requested it themselves.
In the first 11 days of Mercy Fort Smith's new emergency room screening procedure, 120 nonemergency patients opted to go elsewhere for care rather than pay a $150 deposit to be treated at the hospital.
However, Evans also said the bill (no number yet available), "diminishes support for nonemergency food aid programs that improve the ability of poor communities to meet their own needs.
The ambulance was on nonemergency duty transporting a female patient to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital without blue lights or sirens, a spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance Service said.
Agency for International Development (USAID) to improve, monitor, and evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of nonemergency food aid programs.
Wayne State received the award in honor of its WSU Broadcast Messaging Service, which allows emergency and nonemergency messages to be sent to students, faculty, and staff members on a variety of mobile devices, including cell phones.