Louisville 911 program routes low-priority calls to nurses

06/1/2010 | USA Today

Louisville Metro Emergency Medical Services screens low-priority calls and sends them to a nurse or nurse practitioner, who helps people figure out the most appropriate care. Only emergency systems in Louisville, Ky., and Richmond, Va., have fully implemented the program, which is designed to reduce ambulance runs and hospital emergency department use by nonemergency patients.

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