Director of National Ambulance Service says HSE is willing to meet groups concerned over Killarney ambulance service

The director of the National Ambulance Service says he and his organisation would be happy to meet with people in Killarney concerned over changes to the service. Last year, the Health Service Executive announced it was re-structuring the ambulance service in South Kerry. National Ambulance ServiceAcross south Kerry, there will be three full time ambulances available on a 24 hour basis plus additional emergency vehicles covering Killarney, Kenmare, and Caherciveen. Killarney has lost one ambulance but this has been replaced by an intermediate care vehicle. However, locals continue to be concerned about the changes. Martin Dunne is the director of the HSE’s National Ambulance Service. He says his organisation will meet people concerned about the service.[audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/18359/medium/”]    

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