Louisville Metro EMS To Enhance Medical Response
Mayor Jerry Abramson today outlined a new emergency medical services deployment strategy that will put up to 65 percent more response vehicles on the street and reduce mandatory staff overtime.
Mayor: Residents May Now Learn CPR at Home
Mayor Jerry Abramson today announced that Louisville is one of a handful of U.S. cities chosen by the American Heart Association to lead an innovative approach to teaching people the lifesaving skills of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) at home.
Metro EMS Graduates First Recruit Class
Mayor Jerry Abramson today congratulated graduates of the new Louisville Metro EMS training program and said that their skills and commitment are helping implement the city’s vision for a medically driven EMS department providing life-saving services across Louisville.
Mayor: New EMS Team Making Strides
Mayor Jerry Abramson says that by creating one team and eliminating urban and suburban service boundaries, the newly established Louisville Metro EMS is enhancing the city’s response to medical emergencies.
Mayor Proposes Louisville Metro Budget to Enhance Safety, Health and Families
Mayor Jerry Abramson today proposed a balanced Metro Government budget that will strengthen public safety and health, support economic development and job growth, and invest in Louisville’s families and quality of life.