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Dallas Paramedics Trained for Mobile Healthcare Program

Paramedics will begin making visits to homes of frequent callers.

Tuesday, November 19, 2013


DALLAS (NBCDFW) - Dallas paramedics will soon make nonemergency house calls to frequent ambulance riders as Dallas Fire-Rescue reviews ways to respond to soaring ambulance demand. "For a fact, we have some people who know the cafeteria menu at the hospital, and they'll call us to get a ride to the hospital just to get a good meal," Assistant Chief Norman Seals said.

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