Priority Ambulance reminds swimmers, boaters to stay safe Memorial Day weekend

As East Tennesseans flock to area pools and lakes this Memorial Day weekend, Knoxville-based Priority Ambulance reminds everyone to recognize the signs of drowning and always watch children during water activities and sports. While the perception is that drowning victims thrash in the water or call for help, the reality is that drowning is known as the “silent killer.” Victims … Read More

Priority Ambulance to provide free bleeding control classes, donates bleeding control kits to all schools in Loudon County

In recognition of National Stop the Bleed Day on March 31, Priority Ambulance, in conjunction with Fort Loudoun Medical Center, will donate a bleeding control kit to every school in Loudon County and provide free training for students, schoolteachers and the public, as part of the lifesaving Stop the Bleed initiative. “Everyone should know what to do in a medical … Read More