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Three map layers are available:
Emergency Departments: Non-specialty, hospital-affiliated EDs as listed in the 2011 NEDI-USA database (as of October 2012).
Visits per hour: Check to see the average number of ED visits seen per hour, which was calculated by dividing annual ED visit volume by the total number of hours of operation in one year (24 hrs/day x 365 days/yr = 8,760 hrs/yr). EDs were categorized by visit volume into 4 groups: <1.0, 1.0-1.9, 2.0-2.9, and ≥3.0 visits per hour.
EM residency: Check to show EDs that were the primary or only site of an emergency medicine residency program in 2011.
COTH / Teaching Hospital: Check to show EDs in a Council of Teaching Hospital in 2011.
Critical Access Hospital: Check to show EDs in a Critical Access Hospital in 2011.
Federal Hospitals: Check to show EDs in a VA, military, Indian Health Service, or Public Health Service hospital in 2011. These hospitals may not be readily accessible to the general public and, for that reason, they are denoted with a special symbol .
All EDs: Check to show all hospital-affiliated EDs in the 2011 NEDI-USA database.
Uncheck all EDs: Check to clear all ED icons from map.
Boundary Overlays: Boundaries as mapped by the U.S. Census Bureau.
County: U.S. County boundaries are current as of 2010, and labeled with County name.
MSA:Metropolitan Statistical Areas are labeled with MSA name.
Congressional District:The 111th (2009) Congressional District boundaries are labeled with member name.