“I look forward to teaming up again with Larry to bring an Advanced Critical Care Transport Academy to Allegiance,” said Dr. Bryan Bledsoe, Corporate Medical director of Allegiance. “Adding Larry to lead our Clinical and MIH Research Division enables us to quickly elevate the training level of our field team, as can be seen in the Critical Care Transport curriculum Larry has produced. Now, Allegiance can truly define what evidence-based research and training to deliver clinical excellence in patient care means to the EMS industry.”
Allegiance uses state-of- the-art technologies to get outcome data for the patients they deliver to participating hospitals. Johnson is developing customized training programs based on trends in the clinical environments for specific regional areas. For example, if Allegiance sees an increase in stroke patients in a specific geographic area, the new employee orientation and continuing education classes will be expanded to cover additional identification and treatment protocols for these patients that will now have the opportunity to dramatically improve their outcome.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the Allegiance team,” said Johnson. “I’ve dedicated my entire career to building clinical excellence in pre-hospital care. Allegiance is leading the entire industry to higher standards. It’s great to be a part of and committed to such an honorable cause.”
Operating 300+ vehicles spanning the state of Texas, Allegiance responds to over 250,000 requests for service annually and services a population of more than 15 million residents. For more information on Allegiance Mobile Health, please visit www.allmh.com.
With roots dating back to the late 1990s, Allegiance Mobile Health is a leader in providing medical transportation and 9-1-1 emergency services. Allegiance is known as a provider of best practices in patient care through innovations in clinical and operational excellence. Based in Georgetown, Texas, Allegiance services a population of more than 15 million patients in urban, suburban, and rural areas spanning the state of Texas. Allegiance provides 9-1-1 emergency services to nearly 30 communities and currently employs over 1,200 people, operating more than 300 vehicles in over 30 stations.