oklaparamedic, 10/ 1/2007 - 6:07pm "EMSA's performance definately presents some issues, particularly for those who live in the western area, ie. Sand Springs and beyond. Perhaps the city of Tulsa should get together with the county and discuss EMSA's ability to effectively serve the whole area. Sand Springs residents need to know that their closest ambulance is frequently coming from 11th and Utica. As well, EMSA's paramedics are hit or miss, with some absolutely excellent clinical providers who are second to none (though severly underpaid) and some very inexperienced staff who would benefit from mentorship and a paramedic level partner to guide their clinical decision-making.
TFD may not be the right decision, but I'm not so sure EMSA's system is either given the growing population and the large geographic area they try to cover."
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