unité lit porte

yuna

Senior Member
Korea/Korean
Hello,

I'd like to understand a phrase that is included in a medical form.
It is a emergency room medical record.
The hospital's name is at the very top of the form,
and below the name is written "UNITE LIT PORTE."
I looked up the dictionary and googled, but I have no idea what that means.
After that, the telephone number of the emergency service reads.

Any idea?
 
  • Michelvar

    Quasimodo
    French / France
    Hi,

    it's "unité lit-porte", and "lit-porte" is a set expression for an emergency unit where people don't stay a long time.

    It's like "bed-door", perhaps meaning that they get a bed but have to walk-out the door fast? I don't know.
     

    yuna

    Senior Member
    Korea/Korean
    OK, then I think it's the bed where the patient temporarily stay around which the curtain is drawn.
    Am I right?
     
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