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Reno Fire Department and REMSA issue statement

By ThisIsReno

CITY OF RENO NEWS — The leadership of the City of Reno Fire Department, Washoe County Health District, and REMSA met this morning to review protocols for emergency medical response.

A joint statement was issued from the Reno Fire Department and REMSA on the outcome of the meeting:

“We are currently revising existing medical response protocols based upon the meeting. Our medical directors are reviewing our priority 1 (life threatening) and priority 2 responses in order to ensure operational coordination.

On July 11 we will have a joint meeting with all first responders in the region, REMSA, and Washoe County Health District so that it’s clear for our entire EMS systems on how we will respond, with the end goal of excellent patient care, operational efficiencies, and improved communications.

The Reno Fire Department and REMSA work jointly to continuously improve patient care and system delivery for the citizens of the region.”

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