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Explanation: To say the same as Bertha in less words.
You really do not need to put (excluyendo emergencias), unless if it is a contract, in which case it would be wise to state "excluding emergencies"
Robert INGLEDEW Argentina Local time: 16:49 Native speaker of: English, Spanish PRO pts in pair: 2664
Explanation: Ambulatoria = ambulatory, refers to people who can attend to a scheduled appointment. Most people can walk or might be accompanied by relatives under this type of medical attention. Since I can not be sure that the 'tildes' will be properly shown on your computer, I decided to use Upper Case letters. I hope this helps.