Local paramedics, EMTs getting pay boosts

| Wendy Victora Rudman

In Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties, paramedics and EMTs are getting financial reminders of how valuable they are to the communities they serve.

Last month, Lifeguard Ambulance, which provides service in Santa Rosa County, announced hiring and retention bonuses for their medical staff. Paramedics got $15,000, while EMTs were awarded $2,500 bonuses.


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