In a specially called meeting Monday, Loudon County Commission unanimously recommended Priority Ambulance as the exclusive emergency and nonemergency ambulance services provider to Loudon County pending contract approval.
The City of Loudon is proud to announce Priority Ambulance as the city’s exclusive emergency and nonemergency ambulance service provider. The one-year agreement empowers Priority Ambulance to respond to emergency 9-1-1 calls and to provide nonemergency medical transportation to and from all residences, assisted living facilities, nursing homes and medical facilities within the city limits.
The City of Lenoir City is proud to announce Priority Ambulance as the city’s exclusive emergency and nonemergency ambulance service provider. The one-year agreement with Lenoir City, signed April 14, empowered Priority Ambulance to provide emergency and nonemergency medical transportation within the city limits, and the ambulance company is now fully operational in the city.
Medical transport company, Priority Ambulance, announced today the expansion of its services to Blount County with several familiar faces among its local leadership team.
Rob Webb has joined Priority Ambulance as part of its corporate management team. Webb, who will serve as vice president of Tennessee operations, will oversee the company’s emergency and nonemergency medical transport services in Knox County and the surrounding areas. “Priority Ambulance is fortunate to have a skilled, experienced manager like Rob to manage our operations in Tennessee,” said Priority … Read More
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