County moves forward with Priority Ambulance negotiations

(Fremont County, WY) – The Fremont County Commissioners unanimously voted today, May 25th, to move forward with Priority Ambulance negotiations for emergency and non-emergency ground ambulance service.

So far, Priority Ambulance is the only ambulance service provider to submit an RFP to the Fremont County Commissioners. The North Knoxville, Tennessee headquartered company operates in 13 states, according to their website.

Fremont County Chair Travis Becker and Vice-Chair Larry Allen will be on the working committee for the ambulance service negotiations.


The current services provided by American Medical Response (AMR) are set to end on June 30th.

To read about all of County 10’s previous and future coverage about ambulance service, click here.


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