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Medical transport contingency plan for a rural municipal fire/EMS system

Author: Timothy J Wills; Cottonwood. Fire Department.
Publisher: Emmitsburg, MD : National Fire Academy, September 2008.
Series: Executive Fire Officer Program. Applied Research Project.
Edition/Format:   eBook : National government publication : English
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Summary:
Cottonwood Fire Department does not have a plan to provide medical transport services if the current ambulance provider discontinues service. This could potentially leave the community with inadequate or no medical transport. The purpose of this research project is to create an organizational contingency plan to provide ambulance service. Action research was used to conduct a situational analysis and identify the  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Timothy J Wills; Cottonwood. Fire Department.
OCLC Number: 472521249
Notes: Report No.: 42563, Accession No.: 130301.
Description: 43 p.
Details: PDF; Adobe Acrobat Reader required.
Series Title: Executive Fire Officer Program. Applied Research Project.

Abstract:

Cottonwood Fire Department does not have a plan to provide medical transport services if the current ambulance provider discontinues service. This could potentially leave the community with inadequate or no medical transport. The purpose of this research project is to create an organizational contingency plan to provide ambulance service. Action research was used to conduct a situational analysis and identify the following: legal service obligations of both agencies, procedures to amend, experiences of other Arizona fire agencies, financial considerations, and identify an organizational model to best serve the Cottonwood Fire Department. Interviews, a review of Revised Statutes and organizational documents contributed to this research project. A contingency plan was developed to be used as a guide for Cottonwood Fire Department.
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