Earlier this month Auburn’s city-run ambulance service began responding to calls in the city.
TLC Emergency Medical Service had previously provided that service to city residents. Now though, with the forming of a city-run ambulance service, TLC is no longer needed there.
This week, Kezia Sullivan, who leads operations for Auburn Ambulance Service gave City Council an update on how the first few weeks have gone.
“I’m very pleased with all of the employees and how well they’ve been doing, as we’ve been in a dynamic situation every day getting things started,” Sullivan said, according to reporting by The Citizen. “Every week, I think we’re doing better and we definitely want to continue that trajectory.”
As far as budget is concerned, officials like City Manager Jeff Dygert said it would take a couple months to have that information begin flowing to city council.
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