Ambulance Staff To Get Raises

Posted: January 5, 2013 at 4:48 a.m.

Central Emergency Medical Service employees work Friday to treat a motorist injured after the Ford Mustang he was traveling in left the roadway and overturned on Van Asche Drive in Fayetteville.

Staff at Central Emergency Medical Services will soon get raises. The service’s Executive Committee approved the 2013 budget last month. It projects increased revenue mostly from more emergency calls and more expenditures, mostly for employee pay raises.

At A Glance


Central Emergency Medical Service budget comparisons for this year and last.

2013 2012

Revenue $9 million $8.73 million

Spending $8.8 million $8.49 million

Profit $163,719 $245,436

Source: Central EMS

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