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Gold Cross Ambulance will close its downtown Duluth response center in September and will serve the downtown area with a tactic similar to police patrols, the Mayo Clinic Public Affairs office said to... Posted on 7/28/09 at 7:15 AM
A proposal for a city-run ambulance service is dead.
Superior’s City Council on Tuesday received and filed a 126-page report from the Ambulance Task Force, ending debate and discussion of providing emergency medical transport through the Superior Fire Department.
Superior’s Ambulance Task Force has decided to finish its work next week.
After three months of discussion and exploration, members of the task force will each weigh in with their thoughts before deciding on a recommendation to send to the council.
Improved response times, lower costs, continuity of care, and the ability to utilize staff already on duty are just some of the things promised if the Superior Fire Department took over ambulance services, according to a proposal submitted to council committees last month.
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