Hutcheson Medical Center Donates Fleet Vehicles

May 11, 2009

(L-R) Gerald Faircloth, Hutcheson’s COO, hands over the keys to Captain Traci Reece, Paramedic Wendy Phillips, Asst. Chief James Cutcher, and Lt. Julie Brown to four ambulances donated to Walker County from Hutcheson for emergency medical services. Photo credit: www.hutcheson.org

FT. OGLETHORPE, GA – Hutcheson Medical Center has donated nine ambulances to fleets in Catoosa, Dade, and Walker Counties, and Northwestern Technical College. The ambulances were donated after Hutcheson discontinued its ambulance service in December, according to the Hutcheson Medical Center.

Walker County, which has received four units, now operates a total of nine ambulances. While Catoosa and Dade Counties contract with private companies to provide ambulatory services, both were interested in accepting the donation of the ambulances. Hutcheson donated three ambulances to Catoosa, two to Dade County, and one was given to Northwestern Technical College for training purposes. 


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