Rocky Mountain Ambulance Service of Sheridan was the second presentation Monday before the panel committee who's in charge of reviewing the three RFP submittals to provide ambulance service within the City of Sheridan.
A question that was submitted to RMAS following last week's initial meeting of the committee was what would the company have to do to meet the demands if awarded the bid? Rocky Mountain Executive Director and Co-Owner Rick Ballard.
Ballard also presented the committee with a history of their response time, as he indicated that the average response time for non-emergency calls is 6.9 minutes and an average of 3.9 minutes in response to emergent 911 calls within the City limits.
The subsidy requirement that Rocky Mountain is requesting from the City in the RFP is $120,000 for the first year with a cost of living adjustment of between $5,000 and $10,000 annually over the next four following years.
The committee did not set a timetable as to when a decision would be made on the proposals.
All three of the proposals can be viewed by clicking here.