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Emergency Response and Transports Divisions Washington and Oregon Divisions


911 response, critical care, ALS/BLS ambulance inter-facility transports, long distance transports, and a dedicated Community Transport Vehicle assisting with wheelchair and client hospital discharges.

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911 Response

Utilizing an ALS Sprint rig, the on-duty crew responds to ALS 911 calls with a local fire department
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Patient Access Team

Fashioned after our wildland REMS team, Washington has started a Patient Access Team. Team members are trained in low angle rescue to quickly access a patient and start lifesaving medical care.
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Ambulance Fleet

Having the right tools for the transport makes all the difference!
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Critical Care Equipment

Hamiliton T-1 ventilator, LP-15 monitors, IV pumps with liberal protocols and training to provide the care our partners and patients deserve.
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EMS Station

New three bedroom home, seperate 911 response garage, double ambulance bay with work out room.
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Community Transport Program

A system approach to our partnership with St Charles includes discharge solutions for wheelchair and stretcher transports

Providing a Level of Care needed in the rural to continue the care to a tertiary center.

Create it and they will come. Attracting advanced providers to a rural setting is always difficult. Our Washington station is located on an amazing rural setting in a new home. The ambulances are housed in a double bay garage with a workout room and supply room.   When the weather turns bad, the patient still needs to be transported. Providers have access to the equipment often carried by air medical providers, including Hamilton T-1 Ventilator, IV pumps, LP-15 and liberal protocols.

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Get in Touch

Emergency Services Department Head

Michael Johnson, Director of Operations


@stumpjumpersdesert100 was incredible. Comment below to guess how many medevac and ambulance transports we ran in the four days we were up there! Closest guess will win an Adventure Medics pint glass! 🍻🍻🍻
Our staff is exhausted, our medical supplies depleted, and all of our rigs are covered in mud. 
In the words of our event manager, “It’s not very often in EMS that we get to do something where people truly appreciate what we do. So we really need to take these moments to heart.”
Thank you to our SJ fam— we couldn’t do it without you! Fun fact: our Fleet Manager, James, was one of the competitors this weekend! (Luckily not one of our patients!)
Now we need to turn and burn and wash all the rigs before REMS Selection later this week!