House Fire Mission

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    • I like the idea, however generally speaking patients are not taken straight to a specialist burns unit. Very few hospitals have this speciality. In the case of burns, patients are transported to a regular A&E and then further transferred after initial treatment, stabilisation and referral to a burns unit.

      Perhaps we could implement a "Time Critical Patient Transfer" which is a C2 patient category?
      NF14 - Content Adviser Team (UK)
      Ex Emergency Operations Centre Staff
      Current Operational Ambulance Staff
    • Nick Fontana wrote:

      I like the idea, however generally speaking patients are not taken straight to a specialist burns unit. Very few hospitals have this speciality. In the case of burns, patients are transported to a regular A&E and then further transferred after initial treatment, stabilisation and referral to a burns unit.

      Perhaps we could implement a "Time Critical Patient Transfer" which is a C2 patient category?
      @Nick Fontana That is a fair shout actually, I also like your Time critical element though.
    • Nick Fontana wrote:

      I like the idea, however generally speaking patients are not taken straight to a specialist burns unit. Very few hospitals have this speciality. In the case of burns, patients are transported to a regular A&E and then further transferred after initial treatment, stabilisation and referral to a burns unit.

      Perhaps we could implement a "Time Critical Patient Transfer" which is a C2 patient category?
      I agree

      I feel like other medical jobs also need timers, such as Cardiac arrest and if you respond with the right resource within the time frame you get a bigger payout (but one to actually make you aim for the timer)
    • Alctw10 wrote:

      Nick Fontana wrote:

      I like the idea, however generally speaking patients are not taken straight to a specialist burns unit. Very few hospitals have this speciality. In the case of burns, patients are transported to a regular A&E and then further transferred after initial treatment, stabilisation and referral to a burns unit.

      Perhaps we could implement a "Time Critical Patient Transfer" which is a C2 patient category?
      I agree
      I feel like other medical jobs also need timers, such as Cardiac arrest and if you respond with the right resource within the time frame you get a bigger payout (but one to actually make you aim for the timer)
      Fantastic idea. I'll see what I can do!

      The national target for a Cardiac Arrest is 7 minutes. Perhaps we could get a 500 credit bonus for reaching category 1 emergencies within their timeframe.
      NF14 - Content Adviser Team (UK)
      Ex Emergency Operations Centre Staff
      Current Operational Ambulance Staff
    • Nick Fontana wrote:

      Alctw10 wrote:

      Nick Fontana wrote:

      I like the idea, however generally speaking patients are not taken straight to a specialist burns unit. Very few hospitals have this speciality. In the case of burns, patients are transported to a regular A&E and then further transferred after initial treatment, stabilisation and referral to a burns unit.

      Perhaps we could implement a "Time Critical Patient Transfer" which is a C2 patient category?
      I agreeI feel like other medical jobs also need timers, such as Cardiac arrest and if you respond with the right resource within the time frame you get a bigger payout (but one to actually make you aim for the timer)
      Fantastic idea. I'll see what I can do!
      The national target for a Cardiac Arrest is 7 minutes. Perhaps we could get a 500 credit bonus for reaching category 1 emergencies within their timeframe.
      Yes! Love it.

      It's always amazed me that we haven't had timers before for the medical side.
    • Alctw10 wrote:

      Nick Fontana wrote:

      Alctw10 wrote:

      Nick Fontana wrote:

      I like the idea, however generally speaking patients are not taken straight to a specialist burns unit. Very few hospitals have this speciality. In the case of burns, patients are transported to a regular A&E and then further transferred after initial treatment, stabilisation and referral to a burns unit.

      Perhaps we could implement a "Time Critical Patient Transfer" which is a C2 patient category?
      I agreeI feel like other medical jobs also need timers, such as Cardiac arrest and if you respond with the right resource within the time frame you get a bigger payout (but one to actually make you aim for the timer)
      Fantastic idea. I'll see what I can do!The national target for a Cardiac Arrest is 7 minutes. Perhaps we could get a 500 credit bonus for reaching category 1 emergencies within their timeframe.
      Yes! Love it.
      It's always amazed me that we haven't had timers before for the medical side.
      It would be a nice introduction to see. Perhaps including some sort of reward/incentive to respond quickly and prioritise missions would be great.
      NF14 - Content Adviser Team (UK)
      Ex Emergency Operations Centre Staff
      Current Operational Ambulance Staff
    • Nick Fontana wrote:

      Alctw10 wrote:

      Nick Fontana wrote:

      Alctw10 wrote:

      Nick Fontana wrote:

      I like the idea, however generally speaking patients are not taken straight to a specialist burns unit. Very few hospitals have this speciality. In the case of burns, patients are transported to a regular A&E and then further transferred after initial treatment, stabilisation and referral to a burns unit.

      Perhaps we could implement a "Time Critical Patient Transfer" which is a C2 patient category?
      I agreeI feel like other medical jobs also need timers, such as Cardiac arrest and if you respond with the right resource within the time frame you get a bigger payout (but one to actually make you aim for the timer)
      Fantastic idea. I'll see what I can do!The national target for a Cardiac Arrest is 7 minutes. Perhaps we could get a 500 credit bonus for reaching category 1 emergencies within their timeframe.
      Yes! Love it.It's always amazed me that we haven't had timers before for the medical side.
      It would be a nice introduction to see. Perhaps including some sort of reward/incentive to respond quickly and prioritise missions would be great.
      So an idea..

      Without departments a treatment and transport via road ambulance is 450 yes?

      Cardiac arrest..
      Add a 7 minute timer.

      CFR/Co-responder on scene within 3 minutes? + 300 payout (this will give players a reason to use them and to think carefully about placement).

      DCA on scene within 7 minutes? Double the reward! 900 payout.

      Critical care/HEMS resource on scene within 15 minutes? + 800 payout.

      Total payout could then reach 2,000 which is a good incentive to really prioritise the Cardiac arrest missions.

      That's just a quick type up but with some actual thought it could really work and with other medical missions.

      You could also add rewards for getting a second DCA/RRV on scene within a certain amount of time and also an OTL.. I know each service is different with their response to Cardiac arrests based on resources and geography blah blah haha.