11/20/14 – 7:37 A.M.
North Baltimore emergency medical services are improving. That was the message at the village’s council meeting this week. The Sentinel-Tribune reports council member Janet Goldner said EMS response time has been reduced to five minutes and 41 seconds. In the past response times were reported in the 13 minute range.
North Baltimore has added part-time paid employees to the fire department to help bolster the volunteers there.
Goldner also reported EMS billing collections have increased. In 2012 the village only collected around $40,000 from what they billed. That number was up to more than $70,000 last year. This year collections are projected to hit $85,000.
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