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MetroAtlanta Ambulance now providing 911 service in Paulding
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December 23, 2013 11:07 AM | 1486 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Special Photo<br>MetroAtlanta ambulances sit in a line awaiting assignment after the company began providing 911 service throughout Paulding County Dec. 19.
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MetroAtlanta ambulances sit in a line awaiting assignment after the company began providing 911 service throughout Paulding County Dec. 19.
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MetroAtlanta Ambulance Service, one of Georgia’s largest private ambulance service providers, last week announced it completed its acquisition of Clark Ambulance Service in Dallas and began providing 911 ambulance services to Paulding County residents as of midnight Dec. 19.

MetroAtlanta President and CEO Pete Quinones said, “We are honored to be serving the citizens of Paulding County and praise Sam Clark for his years of service to this community.

“We have been working closely with the professional staff at Clark Ambulance and Paulding County Public Safety to make the transition as seamless as possible and believe we all have accomplished that,” Quinones said.

“Our team is committed to providing excellence in patient care and customer service to the residents of Paulding County and WellStar Paulding Hospital. We are excited to begin serving in this great community.”

Metro Atlanta Ambulance is the 911 EMS Zone provider for Paulding County, including the cities of Braswell, Dallas and Hiram; as well as Cobb County, including the cities of Acworth, Kennesaw, Marietta and Smyrna.

The company is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services, signifying compliance with the emergency medical service industry’s highest quality clinical and operational standards.



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