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Mission: It is the mission of Washington County Ambulance Service to provide the most professional and highly trained prehospital care to our county communities and the traveling public. It is our duty to increase public relations within Washington County as well as other local areas and State offices. We will encourage the initial and continuing medical education of the volunteer staff and stay abreast of the ever-changing scopes of practice for our EMTs. We will strive to promote and foster better prehospital intervention for patients and families and work on prehospital issues as they relate to our regional trauma advisory council. We take pride in our volunteer service and will continue to upgrade our ambulances, facilities and billing services to our patient base. We are dedicated to LEARN, LEARN, LEARN and to keep an OPEN MIND about CHANGE!
Operating as usual
bowinfuneralhome.com Walter Leroy Hardesty of Otis, Colorado passed away peacefully in his home on Tuesday, November 24th, 2020 at the age of 69. He was born November 27, 1950 in Greeley, Colorado to Clyde and Shirley Fields Hardesty. The oldest of four children, he grew up with his brothers and sister
The Lonestar School had the opportunity to learn CPR/First Aid and run a "mock" call with the ambulance where they rendezvoused with the MedEvac chopper to transport their patient. Three lucky students won a ride in the helicopter!
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Does your vehicle need a wash???
Stop by 133 Birch Ave tomorrow from 4:30-7:30 for a FREE WILL DONATION CAR WASH from Washington County Ambulance! Proceeds will go to Washington County Connections.
*Sponsored by Washington County Sheriffs Department-winners of the Sheriffs vs Ambulance Biggest Loser challenge!
Here at Washington County Ambulance Service we start CPR training at an early age...this little cutie is Grant. He is the son of EMT Ashley Thompson 💙
Just to clarify for some confusion I've been hearing. This is for Washington County residents. This is happening to the east of the nursing home-not in the nursing home or in the administrative building. This is a drive thru testing; people will not be exiting their vehicles. Hope this helps clarify things. Any questions please ask.
COVID-19 TESTING FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY RESIDENTS
Who: Washington County Residents, Age 18 and above only
When: June 25th and June 26th from 10:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.
Where: In front of the Washington County Nursing Home Administration Building, 650 Green House Drive, Akron Colorado 80720
Come in from 4th Street and you will exit to Fremont Street in Akron
Cost: FREE, there is NO charge! First Come, First Serve
Please help Washington County open more venues. It’s all about numbers – Washington County needs to perform more random testing of COVID-19 to prove to the Northeast Colorado Health Department that our low rate of residents with COVID-19 is in compliance with the variances that have been granted and for future variances. These variances will allow Washington County to have MORE people attend the Fair, attend entertainment venues, and open up businesses. Currently the County would like to test between 150 and 200 people. You do not need to be a town resident and you do not need to have symptoms.
Thank you East Morgan County Hospital for you thoughtful gift!
Big THANK YOU to WY Communications for sending us this fantastic treat for EMS Week! We appreciate your support, hard work and dedication!
It is with heavy hearts that we mourn the loss of one of our own. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her friends and family.
Sue D. Brotton
Washington County Ambulance
🚨Friends. Family. Community. WE NEED YOU! ❤ Please help us help our frontline workers. We want to give them a FREE thank you meal. If you know anyone who could use one, please like, tag in comment or share to let them know. We’d truly be proud to take their order.
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Help us help you by staying inside where it is warm and off the roads!
*I-76 closed from Lochbuie to Nebraska
*US 34 closed from Brush to Akron
*US 36 closed from Byers to Last Chance
*HWY 71 closed from Limon to Brush
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In an effort to minimize transmission of COVID-19 to the community and at risk population, and provide the highest level of service, Washington County Ambulance asks that if you have non-life-threatening flu like symptoms please contact your primary care physician prior to calling 911.
Tonight's regular training was on Emergency Obstetrics presented by EMT Intermediate Kelly Chenoweth. Collin gave a demonstration of delivery in the field, with the assistance of Garrett, who realized it's a lot harder to push that baby out then it looks! There was also training on anaphylactic emergencies presented by Paramedic Collin Patterson.
Parade of lights 2019!
washingtonpost.com If anything defines the growing health gap between rural and urban America, it’s the rise of emergency telemedicine in the poorest, sickest, and most remote parts of the country, where the choice is increasingly to have a doctor on screen or no doctor at all. These physicians, often hundreds of mi...
Just a few shots of 2018 EMSAC Conference.
Little tractor pulling earlier than the big ones this afternoon
Just some things we do.
An emergency medical technician describes what happens when a gravely hurt patient asks him: “Am I going to die?”
Would you want to know the truth?
South of Akron
Early morning calls show the magic.
When you shift work you get to enjoy the beauty of the minutes
Jungle Mobile education
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