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Emergency medical technicians Jonathan Nixon and Jennie Hudgins remove a stretcher from an ambulance at Albemarle Hospital, Wednesday. Officials are forecasting a $1.2 million loss in income next year that will force Camden and Pasquotank counties to pay more for services.

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Emergency medical technicians Jonathan Nixon and Jennie Hudgins remove a stretcher from an ambulance at Albemarle Hospital, Wednesday. Officials are forecasting a $1.2 million loss in income next year that will force Camden and Pasquotank counties to pay more for services.

EMS eyes $1.2M in lost income

By Cindy Beamon

The Daily Advance

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Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Medical Services is forecasting a $1.2 million loss in income next year that will force counties to pay more for the agency’s emergency care and transport services.

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Another sign poverty is out if control

This is another sign that poverty is spiraling out of control in the region. At last check 20 percent of the population is indigent with the insured population leaving. If all members of government (that includes city and to a much lesser degree NAACP) dont start working together the region will be flushed down the toilet. What is not being said here is the giant uninsured /self pay poverty rate going to the hospital and the impact there. If not fixed by the local government we will most likely see more downsizing in the hospital in ten years. Sentara is a fearce numbers corporation and will most likely divert required lease improvement funds to higher potential revenue generating areas (remember there is a giant building at the beach). They are not in business to loose money.

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