Lexington’s main hospitals will provide $200,000 to keep Lexington’s Community Paramedicine Program open in 2020.
The Community Paramedicine program enables firefighters to take a more comprehensive approach to the care of patients who have a high dependence on E-911, offering a new level of care.
Fire Chief Kristin Chilton said Community Paramedicine saves precious resources.
– PUB DATE: 11/18/2019 12:00:15 AM – SOURCE: Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government
Source: SEAFC Ky Fire News

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