BLOOMINGTON – IU Health LifeLine was excited to welcome team members and local first responders to an open house of their Bloomington headquarters at 2995 N Lintel Drive on Friday, June 3.
Participants received tours before gathering in the ambulance bay for a light meal and words from the following team members: IU Health South Central Region Chief Operating Officer Alan Biggs, IU Health LifeLine Executive Director Cory Hall, IU Health LifeLine Vice President Tom Ehle, and IU Health LifeLine Chaplain James Roach.
As mentioned in a previous release, the new EMS hub, and downtown response station were made possible due to a nearly $10M investment by IU Health to improve EMS services in south-central Indiana.
The headquarters is a 19,273 square-feet building that includes:
- A 4,356 square-foot maintenance bay,
- A 6,134 square-foot vehicle bay,
- And an 8,783 square-foot office area.
The facility brings together specialized equipment and vehicles, educational and administrative teams, and the regional fleet maintenance garage together under one roof.
Running 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, the facility will support the nearly 200 team members throughout their 11-county region.
Learn more about IU Health LifeLine at https://iuhealth.org/for-providers/lifeline.
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