Paramedics seek pub­lic in­put

Windsor Star - - CITY+REGION -

Es­sex-Wind­sor EMS is look­ing for pub­lic in­put as it pre­pares a 10-year mas­ter plan. “Our res­i­dents know bet­ter than any­one what works well and what needs im­prove­ment and we want to hear from them,” EMS Chief Bruce Krauter said in a news re­lease. Es­sexWind­sor Emer­gency Med­i­cal Ser­vices pro­vides land am­bu­lance ser­vices to Es­sex County, Wind­sor and the Town­ship of Pelee. It has 13 am­bu­lance bases and a staff of about 175 full-time and 100 part-time paramedics. The or­ga­ni­za­tion is ask­ing peo­ple to fill out an on­line sur­vey about cur­rent pro­grams, prac­tices and pri­or­i­ties. The sur­vey can be found at coun­ty­ofes­sex.­vey. Es­sexWind­sor EMS will also be pro­mot­ing the sur­vey and seek­ing pub­lic in­put on so­cial me­dia with the hash­tag #helpYOURems. There will also be phone sur­veys and door-to-door can­vass­ing.

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