EMS receives Lifeline Gold Plus Award
Williamson County EMS received the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® EMS Gold Plus Award for the second year in a row, and the Mission Lifeline Award for the fifth year in a row; given to pre-hospital providers for continuing to meet quality improvement measures for the treatment of patients who experience heart attacks.
In 2017, Williamson County EMS saw 824 suspected cardiac patients who were more than 35 years of age. All were assessed for STEMI, 36 were found to have STEMI and treated successfully.
Earlier this year, the Texas State University Center for Research, Public Policy, and Training conducted a survey of Georgetown residents on behalf of the City. The survey included questions about City of Georgetown services, programs, and projects.
The City is also asking residents to participate in an online version of the Survey. Community feedback is extremely important to the City for planning and decision-making purposes.
Responses are confidential. Contact Dr. Thomas Longoria at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-245-6899 if you have any questions regarding the content of the survey. One time per household and do not complete if your household received a survey in the mail.
The survey can be found at georgetown.org by clicking on the news item on the survey. The deadline to complete the survey is July 15. Results will be presented to City Council in the fall.
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