Shawnee County Covid Indicator shows cases of coronavirus rising by more than 25% – KSNT News

TOPEKA (KSNT) - Shawnee County is considering a new program for non-emegency medical calls to 911. It's called the "Nurse Navigation Line" and would give emergency dispatchers another option for medical calls other than sending AMR.

Shawnee County Emergency Management and AMR Topeka/Shawnee County presented the possible program to the Shawnee County Commission Thursday. The new program is expected to cost around $60,000 a year and would be ran by Kansas licensed nurses.

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