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Sedgwick County (KS) Manager to Decide Medical Director’s Future

A decision whether to keep Dr. John Gallagher as Sedgwick County EMS director rests with Sedgwick County Manager Tom Stolz.
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Auburn (NY) Approves City-Run Ambulance Service

The move will terminate Auburn's longtime relationship with TLC Emergency Medical Services, the current provider, later this year.
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Empress EMS (NY) Signs Agreement to Acquire Assets of EMStar

Empress Ambulance Service has signed an agreement to acquire the assets of Empire State Ambulance Corp.

South Carolina Fire Department Alters Ambulance Service Due to Staffing Shortage

Georgetown Fire operates five ambulances in the county, and this adjustment will turn the one that operates within city limits into a "basic truck."

Connecticut Ambulance Service Asks Town for Federal Pandemic Funds

A combination of factors, including increased regulations, more stringent requirements, and rising call volumes, in addition to the COVID-19 pandemic, has created hardships for the association.

New Jersey Township Sounds Alarm Over Lack of Ambulance Service

Shrewsbury Township has struggled to arrange for service since the last squad it used folded a year ago.
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Pharr (TX) Approves EMS Department after Legal Bout

Pharr city commissioners unanimously approved a second and final reading of the order establishing an Emergency Medical Services Department.
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Augusta (GA) Committee Weighs Need for Response Data from Next EMS Provider

Augusta's next EMS provider could be asked to supply ambulance dispatch and response times, vehicle counts and GPS locations.
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Austin-Travis (TX) County EMS Chief Ernesto Rodriguez to Retire after 40-Year Career

Austin-Travis County EMS Chief Ernesto Rodriguez will be retiring at the end of May with 40 years of experience in Emergency Medical Services.

Orange County (CA) Sheriff’s Department and Fire Authority Refuse to Reconsider Helicopter Use

At issue is the current practice not to use sheriff's rescue helicopters to transport victims from non-rural, paved areas.