Gov. Evers: Announces nearly $30 million to support and expand EMS services across the state 

BALDWIN — Gov. Tony Evers today highlighted his plan, as announced at his State of the State address earlier this week, to invest nearly $30 million to support and expand Wisconsin’s emergency medical services (EMS) systems across the state at an event in Baldwin. The state of Wisconsin relies on nearly 800 EMS providers, and more than half are either operated exclusively by volunteers or through a combination of volunteers and paid staff.
“From St. Croix County to Door County, Bayfield County to Kenosha County, EMS is a critically important part of emergency care,” said Gov. Evers. “These fol...

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