AMR passes accreditation inspection

Photo courtesy of AMRAMR runs approximately 25,000 calls annually in the San Jacinto Valley and its surrounding area. ■ Chronicle News Service American Medical Response (AMR) Riverside County passed its accreditation inspection on Feb. 27 by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS)—an independent accrediting agency that exists to encourage and promote the highest standards for medical transportation systems. The accreditation inspection occurs every three years. CAAS, a nonprofit agency, was formed in 1990 to be a standard bearer for medical transportation systems. Determined by the ambulance industry to be essential for a modern Emergency Medical Services (EMS) provider, accreditation signifies that ambulance services have met the “gold standard.” The

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