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Panel favors per capita for ambulance payments

By Anthony Drew
News-Review Asst. Editor

Members of the Ambulance Study Committee unanimously voted last week to base the cost of ambulance service through Ministry Eagle River Memorial Hospital on the percentage of each municipality’s total population.

While the total subsidy paid by the city of Eagle River and towns of Lincoln, Washington, Cloverland and Hiles was about $71,000 for 2014, Ministry Health Care is requesting about $277,000 for paramedic-level emergency service in 2015 — an increase of $206,000.

The shares being recommended by the committee are as follows:

 

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Panel favors per capita for ambulance payments

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