Former chairwoman Debby Brady Goad feels recent changes in the emergency services board are not for the better.
By Christopher Brooke, Reporter
Tuesday, June 29, 2010 at 4:57 pm
HILLSVILLE — Citing poor emergency billing practices that burden the taxpayers, a member of the Carroll Emergency Services Advisory Board has resigned.
Debby Brady Goad turned in her letter of resignation at last Thursday's advisory board meeting.
In her time on the board, which included a term as chairwoman, Goad continually stressed the importance of making the “soft billing” for emergency medical services — billing insurance carriers, not patients — as efficient as possible for volunteer rescue and Carroll EMS.
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