Md. county commission weighs results of emergency-call study

02/21/2013 | Cumberland Times-News (Md.)

Allegany County, Md., commissioners have been presented with results of a study that could cause the commission to alter the handling of emergency medical calls. The study highlights the importance of servicing patients from the closest rescue company and enforcing an automatic alert for advanced life support in life-or-death cases.

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