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The Lauderdale County Commission unanimously voted April 11 to approve a one-year renewal of the contract with Shoals Ambulance to provide exclusive non-emergency and emergency 911 ambulance services. Florence City Council had approved the renewal on March 21. “Our EMTs and paramedics are members of this community, who deeply care about the service provided to their friends and neighbors,” said … Read More
The Franklin County Commission has entered into a contractual agreement with Shoals Ambulance to be the exclusive emergency and nonemergency ambulance service provider within the county with the exception of the Town of Phil Campbell, which will continue to be served by the Phil Campbell rescue squad.
Franklin County EMS Committee today announced that it has recommended Shoals Ambulance to County Commission as the preferred provider of emergency and nonemergency ambulance service to Franklin County residents. At no cost to taxpayers, Shoals Ambulance will provide consistent service across the county with the exception of Phil Campbell, which will continue to be served by the Phil Campbell Rescue Squad.
Shoals Ambulance and Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital are hosting a specialized critical care paramedic certification class, the final step in establishing a regional critical care program. More than 30 paramedics and registered nurses are enrolled in the class on Friday, August 8, through Sunday, August 10, at Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital.
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