From the Atlanta Journal Constitution by Yamil Berard on July 17, 2020
“We are gravely concerned that various factors related to this pandemic are pushing ambulance services to the breaking point,‘’ Georgia ambulance executive Pete Quinones wrote to a top official at the Georgia Department of Community Health.
One request by the Georgia Ambulance Providers Association has been to urge the Georgia Trauma Commission to release up to $29 million in block grants to support EMS staffing over the next six months.
“Without that, we don’t have the financial ability to keep a state of readiness,‘’ said Terence Ramotar, director of government affairs for the southeast region for American Medical Response, the exclusive 911 ambulance provider for DeKalb County.
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