DOVER

Dover Councilman Lewis visits new ambulance service

Daily State News
Posted 7/9/24

DOVER — On July 3, Dover City Councilman Brian Lewis paid an unscheduled visit to welcome the staff of the new ambulance service Ambulnz with boxes of doughnuts and treats.

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DOVER

Dover Councilman Lewis visits new ambulance service

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DOVER — On July 3, Dover City Councilman Brian Lewis paid an unscheduled visit to welcome the staff of the new ambulance service Ambulnz with boxes of doughnuts and treats.

The new service for the city started on July 1 which took over from St. Francis Healthcare EMS who was the previous provider for many years.

Staff took Mr. Lewis for a tour of the new building and new state of the art ambulances.

The Ambulnz station is at 1609 S. State Street and Beechwood Avenue. According to EMT supervisor Kevin Robeson, the company is in the process of opening another office on Walker Road to service that side of the city.

All units will have the LUCAS - Chest Compression System which is a machine that mechanically performs CPR on those patients whose heart has stopped.

“After communicating with staff and being shown all the new equipment that will be utilized I can say I’m more than confident that my constituents in the second district and all the citizens of Dover are going to be provided with best service of emergency response and care,” Mr. Lewis said.

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