First-of-its-kind U.S. surgical team for emergency surgical surgery in New Jersey

New Jersey is home to more than 40,000 people.

Now a team of nearly 40 surgeons is taking the next step in the evolution of the countrys first-of -its- kind emergency surgical team.

News4Jax reporter Dan Bongino and the NBC4 team are on the scene at the U.K.’s Royal London Hospital to report.

(Published Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2017)”We are working with a U.k. team of surgeons that is not only the world’s most advanced but is also the most experienced,” said Dr. Joseph Eustace, president and CEO of the Royal London Medical Group.

The team, led by Dr. Anthony Noguchi, was selected from a pool of candidates and is being deployed to the state in a five-person team that will undergo surgery on a patient who was in critical condition.

“It’s really a great moment in the country,” said Noguch.

He said the team is on schedule to be operational in the next few weeks.

The U.KS. team is made up of doctors, nurses and paramedics who will be on duty for the first time in New York, with two more coming to the city in the coming weeks.

“We want to be ready for any emergency we need to respond to, whether it’s a natural disaster, a terror attack, or just an emergency that requires us to come in,” said Eustac.

“I think it’s going to be a big shift in how we deal with patients,” he added.

The doctors, who will work from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will have a variety of different surgical techniques, such as the ability to perform catheter embolization, a technique in which a tube is placed into the patient’s artery to drain the blood.

It also means they will be able to provide emergency surgical care and care for critical patients.

“They will not only be able perform the procedure, but also get the tube out, and they will have the capability to do the emergency surgical procedures that have never been done before,” Eustach said.

The new team is the first of its kind in the U of S.

And Dr. John O’Sullivan, president of the New York State Emergency Medical Services Authority, said the move will have ripple effects across the country.

“This is a big thing for us.

It’s going be a great tool for us,” said O’ Sullivan.”

You can go out there and see a surgeon in a hospital and see them, but you can’t actually see them doing their work,” he said.

But it’s not just about being ready for the next surgery.

It also has the potential to help with the recovery process.

The patients who will benefit from the team will include people who have lost limbs or limbs in a natural or a terror-related event, such a flood or a hurricane.

“The patient in New England has lost a limb, and there’s a huge fear and anxiety that they can’t go back to their home,” said Tania Housley, executive director of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.

“There are people who are just in a state of shock that they don’t know how to walk again.

It can be very difficult for them to function,” she said.

New York’s team of doctors is part of the largest and most advanced surgical team in the world.

It has been operating in New Orleans since January and is working with other hospitals in New Hampshire and Connecticut.

Dr. Joseph O’Sullivan, president, Royal London Medicine Group, is leading the U,S.

team in NewYork.

This team will begin operations in NewYork, New York.

(Photo: AP)The new teams doctors will be in a new, larger, operating room for a long time to come.