AMR Warns Multnomah County That EMS System Could ‘Collapse’, Urges Leaders To Change Staffing Model

The calls to change Multnomah County’s ambulance staffing model are growing louder as the number of ambulances is only getting thinner.

Now, ambulance company American Medical Response (AMR) has sent a letter to county commissioners this week warning of a potential system collapse that could happen “in a matter of months.” They’re short 60 paramedics now but they expect to lose two paramedics a month going forward.

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