Funding cuts to delay emergency response in Georgia
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 23, 2008
Fulton County, GA's public subsidy for ambulance service ends soon, and ambulances could be slower to respond to emergencies as a result. Physicians and hospital administrators say that the cutbacks could endanger lives or cause permanent harm to some patients, and now officials say that they haven't given up on finding some additional sources of income.
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