Mid-Mo Ambulance considers California base locations

Mid-Mo Ambulance district Supervisor Jason Elliott with new equipment purchased for the Crital Care Transport truck. From left, the medical items are, cardiac monitor / defibrilator, intravenous infusion pump, and, held by Elliott, ventilator.

Mid-Mo Ambulance district Supervisor Jason Elliott with new equipment purchased for the Crital Care Transport truck. From left, the medical items are, cardiac monitor / defibrilator, intravenous infusion pump, and, held by Elliott, ventilator. Photo by David Wilson.

Mid-Mo Ambulance Administrator Lee Kempf informed the board of directors of efforts to find a suitable location for a new ambulance base in California. Several land owners and contractors are being worked with to determine a location which gives ambulances good access via major traffic arteries as well as an affordable building. The current facility lacks adequate access to good traffic routes as well as having bays two small for the most up to date ambulance services.

For more of this story check out the May 16 issue of the California Democrat.

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