At our hospital we have a rapid response team that responds to inpatients after syncopal events, falls or with clinical deterioration that does not meet criteria for activation of a code blue. The rapid response team, however, does not respond to patients, staff or visitors at outpatient clinics located within the hospital. In those scenarios, a code blue is called activating a 6-15 person team of nurses, medics and physicians. These code blues could be seen as "false code blues" and a misuse of resources. We created an ER Assist Team made up of medics and nurses to help in these situations by performing triage and assisting in transport to the ED for further evaluation. With the advent of the ER Assist Team we saw a significant drop in "false code blues" being called from the outpatient clinic setting.