RC&D grant for power stretchers boosts Ozark EMS emergency services

By Christina Faulkner

In a significant step towards enhancing emergency medical services in Ozark, the city recently secured a Resource Conservation and Development grant from Wiregrass RC&D amounting to $74,040. The grant will be instrumental in replacing outdated manual stretcher systems with cutting-edge power stretchers, providing a safer and more efficient transportation system for both patients and emergency personnel.

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