Journal Special Report: Siouxland Paramedics Exit Will Leave Gap In Rural Paramedic Care

SIOUX CITY | When longtime regional ambulance service Siouxland Paramedics Inc. stops responding to emergency calls on Jan. 1, rural residents surrounding Sioux City likely will notice the change the most.

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  • JOURNAL SPECIAL REPORT: Siouxland Paramedics exit will leave gap in rural paramedic care
    SIOUX CITY | When longtime regional ambulance service Siouxland Paramedics Inc. stops responding to emergency calls on Jan. 1, rural residents surrounding Sioux City likely will notice the change the ...
    12/16/2017 - 9:15 pm | View Link
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