What's the Buzz About? Bees Shut Down Arkansas ED

June 2007
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Jun2007, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p27
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The article reports on the temporary closure of the entrance of the emergency department of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center in Arkansas for two hours. The diversion of its ambulance traffic was due to the 7,000 bees that were clustered near the center's emergency department entrance. The beehive was cleared in the area by a beekeeper.


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