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FEMA: The FCC Coordinator ensures that a is developed for each PRA and that each remains viable through training and exercises. a) Disaster Medical Team. b) Bed Reporting Team. c) Triage and Transport Team. d) Patient Reception Team.
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User: FEMA: The FCC Coordinator ensures that a is developed for each PRA and that each remains viable through training and exercises. a) Disaster Medical Team. b) Bed Reporting Team. c) Triage and Transport Team. d) Patient Reception Team.

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The FCC Coordinator ensures that a PATIENT RECEPTION TEAM is developed for each PRA and that each remains viable through training and exercises.
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