Ambulance service in jeopardy

Ambulance service in jeopardy

There are 1 comment on the La Junta Tribune-Democrat story from Jun 30, 2007, titled Ambulance service in jeopardy. In it, La Junta Tribune-Democrat reports that:

“Our customers are very comfortable with the service they have now. They take it for granted that Emergency Medical Technicians will be at their side, within five to seven minutes of a call placed to 911”

Bent County Ambulance Service may have to be restructured or even cut because there aren't enough paid volunteer emergency medical workers to staff it. via La Junta Tribune-Democrat

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Resident of Bent County

Pueblo, CO

#1 Mar 3, 2008
The reason there aren't enough EMT's to staff the ambulance service is because of the coordinator. There are several activities going on at Bent County Ambulance service that are not legal on any other service. The reason is because the coordinator believes herself to be above the rules of others and uses the service to increase revenue at the nursing home. This is an outrage and Bent County is suffering for it.

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