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PRESS RELEASE New patient care model ready to roll in Chatham-Kent
Canadian Medical Journal Suggests Rescue Breathing Recommendation
Medavie EMS Ontario Recognizes Ontario First Responders Day
May 1st is First Responders Day in Ontario. MEMSO would like to thank all their frontline paramedic staff for their hard work and dedication in providing high quality of care in the pre-hospital environment.
Erie St. Clair Health Link streamlines complex patients access to health care
Medavie EMS Ont partner with YCMA and Heart & Stroke
Partnership promotes the importance of bystander CPR to help improve survivor outcomes.
Chatham-Kent Paramedic cares for Patients in other ways
Paramedic Chris Allsop helps cancer research.
Chatham-Kent Paramedics aquire a new breathing device for patients
Chatham-Kent EMS Paramedics will start ising a new CPAP device very shortly.
Chatham-Kent Paramedics team up with the Chatham-Kent Family Health Team to promote medical history and medication reconciliation.
Press Release- Back to School Safety
Chatham-Kent Paramedics promote Back to School Safety Awareness.
Medavie EMS staff participate in MedQuest event
Paramedics from Medavie EMS Ont. teach some local high school student about MCI response.
Volunteers Fundrasie for Wallaceburg Firefighter
Local emergency personal help raise money for firefighter.
Head on crash between ambulance and mini-van
PRESS RELEASE- Collision involving Paramedic Crew
Ambulance involved in motor vehicle collision on Queens Line.
Medavie EMS Ontario-CK Support Uniforms Unit to Saves Lives Campagin
Staff from Medavie EMS Ontario-CK roll up their sleeves to help saves lives.
Chatham-Kent EMS Celebrate Survivor Day
Medavie EMS Ontario hosted a special event to celebrate the Paramedics and other first responders who help resuscitate three patients in Chatham-Kent in 2012.
Chatham Kent EMS involved with Influenza Vaccine
Chatham-Kent Paramedics providing vaccine to fellow paramedics and Chatham-Kent Fire personnel.
Every minutes counts in a cardiac emergency
Chatham-Kent EMS encourages early activation of paramedic services when experiencing chest-pain.
Press Release- Halloween Safety
Chatham-Kent Paramedics promote halloween safety.
Press Release- Back to School Safety
Chatham-Kent Paramedics Urge Motorists to Watch for Kids and Obey Rules of the Road.
Chatham Kent Paramedic participant in Mock Disaster
Paramedic staff educate MEDQuest students during mock disaster.
Chatham Kent Paramedics are more visible
Residents of Chatham-Kent may notice the uniforms worn by paramedics are …
Medavie EMS Ontario transition a “seamless” Process
Chatham-Kent’s new emergency medical service provider is transitioning well into its …
Off-Duty Chatham Kent Paramedic Comes to the Rescue
On March 17, 2012 at approximately 22:07 hrs a traffic accident resulted in an approximately 50 year old male …
Medavie EMS Partners with CCAC
Medavie EMS Ontario and the Erie St. Clair Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) have partnered up to implement a …
Medavie EMS Ontario-CK Donates Equipment to Global Medic
Medavie recently partnered with GlobalMedic by supplying them with an Ambulance full of used medical equipment and supplies.
Medavie EMS Ont. Staff participate in Blood Donation Campaign
Paramedics, Management, and Support Staff donate blood blood during the month of April.
Medavie EMS Ontario-CK help support Organ Donor Registration
Paramedic in Head on Crash Honoured for Assisting Others
Medavie EMS Receives Funding for Community Paramedicine Programs in Chatham-Kent
The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care announced provincial funding for community paramedic programs, including 2 different programs that will benefit residents of Chatham-Kent.