Regional EMS district idea floated to city leaders

Need for more EMS support seen


Last updated 8/31/2022 at 10:11am

With emergency medical services, such as ambulance services, being desired everywhere in the Coulee, it’s important to have a successful EMS system in place, city leaders heard last week.

Nic Alexander, who serves as assistant fire chief to Chief Ryan Fish for the Grand Coulee Volunteer Fire Department and the Grand Coulee Ambulance, spoke at the city’s Aug. 23 council meeting.

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Bob VALEN writes:

One day, the elected leaders of the four satellite communities will come to the realization that, for the good of the broader population as a whole, it would be wise to become one. A stronger, consolidated voice would be preferred to four small voices. Elected leaders of County, state and Federal governments always hear and listen to the stronger voices.


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