Baltimore City Targeting EMS Staff Shortage With Cash Bonuses

BALTIMORE —

The Baltimore City spending board approved a new program Wednesday aimed at solving the city’s emergency medical services shortage.

Baltimore City Fire Chief James Wallace said the city is down 80 EMS providers, and that number has increased. In June, firefighters union Local 734 president Matthew Coster said there were 74 vacancies.

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