Tranzonic Companies donated a supply of N95 masks to EMTs and paramedics at Priority Ambulance who are on the front lines treating patients. The N95 masks are part of the personal protective equipment (PPE) recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) during transport of patients with potential infectious disease, such as COVID-19. “Our team is working around … Read More
Our crews across the country celebrated EMS Week with celebrations and employee activities. Check out the video below:
Governor Bill Haslam has appointed Priority Ambulance Director of New Business Integration Dennis Rowe to a four-year term on the Tennessee Emergency Medical Services Board as a representative for ambulance service operators. The 13-member board oversees the Tennessee Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division and is responsible for establishing all rules governing emergency systems throughout the state. “With more than 42 … Read More
This article originally appeared in the Greater Knoxville Business Journal in July 2016. New Business Spotlight focuses on local businesses that have existed for one to five years. This month’s spotlight is on Priority Ambulance. CEO Bryan Gibson introduces his company in Q&A form. Q: What is Priority Ambulance and what was the genesis of the company? A: Priority Ambulance … Read More
A year after Priority Ambulance was awarded the exclusive contract for emergency ambulance service in Loudon County, analysis of response times shows significant improvement, county officials said this week.
Priority Ambulance has hired Travis Estes as EMS director of Loudon County to manage ambulance crews and oversee patient care. Jennifer Stanley will serve as assistant EMS director to further increase accessibility to Loudon County officials, residents and the medical community. “Travis’ passion for patient care and varied expertise will be an invaluable asset in leading our Loudon County operation,” … Read More
Loudon County Commission unanimously approved a contract with Priority Ambulance for exclusive emergency and nonemergency service to the county at the commission’s regular meeting Monday. The contract goes into effect immediately with Priority Ambulance staff and ambulances already in place to provide service.
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