Homeland security grants helped out little township buy some needed equipment for our volunteer fire department, and if I remember right I think that's how we got a few extra first responders trained and outfitted. Even at that, the nearest fire truck is still many miles away and the ambulance has to come from town (about 15 miles away.) But the town in Minnesota that I live near has three hospitals - two of them very large - and lots of auxiliary medical service sites and clinics. It's the third largest medical community in Minnesota (that's pretty large, considering that the other two are the Mayo Clinic and the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis.) I'm grateful for the good care here.
"If you trust Google more than you trust your doctor than maybe it's time to switch doctors."