Calif. EMS providers express frustration over ‘frequent fliers’
Alameda County EMT Tonya Powell said she often spends the majority of her shifts transporting people who don’t actually need an ambulance.
ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif. — EMS providers expressed their frustration over transporting 911 “frequent fliers.”
During a ride-along with a CBS San Francisco reporter, Paramedics Plus paramedic Son Tran responded to a call about a man who could not move at a transit line station, and said he already knew who he was before they arrived.
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