After criticism, changes coming to Volusia's ambulance system
Adding to the demand of an already strained ambulance system - one that receives 90,000 emergency calls a year - Volusia County's paramedics are asked to help hospitals. Whenever there's a need to move a patient from one facility to another for specialized care, EVAC's ambulances are summoned to provide transport.
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