Byron Brown says the city’s Emergency Medical Services Board is monitoring ambulance response times very closely.
City’s contract requires Rural Metro to meet response times 90 percent of the time.
Jay Smith, regional director of Rural Metro Ambulance, has left the company.
When is the last time you stopped to think about what’s really coming out of your faucet? How good is your water?
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The rate of crashes among adults 65 and older has decreased in recent years.
Rural Metro regional director Jay Smith says he’s disappointed in the response time.
Ask any parent, and they’ll quickly tell you. Lead is a major concern.