Essex-Windsor EMS Launches Public Engagement Process
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Essex-Windsor EMS wants to know what the public thinks about its services and priorities as it prepares a 10-year Master Plan.
“Our residents know better than anyone what works well and what needs improvement and we want to hear from them,” said Essex-Windsor EMS Chief Bruce Krauter. “The public’s input will help steer this Master Plan and provide a solid foundation for the continuation of high-quality pre-hospital emergency care in a growing community.”
City and county residents are being asked to fill out a short, online survey about current programs, practices and priorities.
“We want to ensure the public has ample opportunity to fill out this survey and share their experiences so we can develop a Master Plan with a solid set of guiding principles designed to optimize patient care,” said Krauter.
Essex-Windsor EMS provides land ambulance services to Essex County, Windsor and the Township of Pelee. It has 13 ambulance bases and a staff of about 175 full-time and 100 part-time paramedics.