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PGH Unveils Stroke Messaging on AMR Emergency Transportation Units

Feb 12, 2020
Emergency Units Board Members Emergency Units

(Left to Right: Nelson Rodriguez, Town of Miami Lakes Councilman; Alex Castro, EMS Chief, American Medical Response; Wayne Slaton, Mayor of Miami Lakes; Armando Gonzalez, Assistant Fire Marshall, Hialeah Fire Department; Paul Hernandez, City of Hialeah Councilman; Ana Mederos, CEO of Palmetto General Hospital; Miguel Anchia, Chief, Hialeah Fire Department; Barbara Santiago, General Manager, American Medical Response; Dr. Ritesh Kaushal, Medical Director of Palmetto’s Comprehensive Stroke Center; Armando Llanes, Palmetto General Hospital Governing Board Member)

Hialeah, Florida. (February 12, 2015) – Due to the high volume of medical responses in the area, American Medical Response (AMR) added two new ambulances to the streets of Hialeah with Palmetto General Hospital’s Comprehensive Stroke Center messaging on the exterior. The AMR emergency transportation units provide community residents with safe and efficient ground transportation to the hospital. These vehicles will serve as backup to the Hialeah Fire Department’s emergency vehicles.

The ambulances are also designed to help raise awareness about the importance of getting a stroke victim to a Comprehensive Stroke Center, such as Palmetto General Hospital, as quickly as possible.

With city officials in attendance, the vehicles were recently unveiled outside of the hospital following a celebratory brunch.

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