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County considers ambulance monopoly

With the loss of ProMed Ambulance Service last month, Warren County officials are now considering cutting out future competition by instituting monopolistic power over the county’s ambulance needs.
The discussion was held Monday night during a county Safety Committee meeting.
“As I understand the law, each county government is given the right by the state to either run the ambulance service itself or contract that out to someone else,” said Warren County EMS director Brian Jennings.
The information regarding monopolistic powers came from Ben Rogers, county government consultant with County Technical Assistance Service (CTAS), and Tennessee Annotated Code.
“The ...


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