Cabot Emergency Ambulance Service, Inc.
One of the oldest volunteer emergency ambulance services in Vermont, covering Cabot and Marshfield,
Cabot Ambulance is the result of the work and dedication of Virginia Caffin of Cabot. She was influential in bringing EMS to central Vermont, and founded the service in 1967 with a donated, secondhand hearse. Many people still remember her, and some of her students still volunteer their time and energy to serve the people of our towns. Each member puts in many hours of education and training to ma
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Happy 4th of July everyone! We hope that everyone that attended the Cabot parade had an amazing time. We want to send a shout out to Cabot Volunteer Fire Department for cleaning the ambulance last night while you were washing your trucks. Great job to everyone involved in parade registration, set up, line up & community safety! Team work makes the dreamwork!
Congratulations Ayisha Russell on passing your psychomotor exam for your EMT.
HAPPY EMS WEEK!!
National Drug Take Back Day:
Prescription Drug Disposal | Vermont Department of Health Most people who misuse prescription medications get them from friends or family – often straight out of the medicine cabinet. Find out how to properly store and get rid of prescription medications.
There is a cold weather advisory from 1 am Friday to 1 pm on Saturday. Please dress in layers & limit exposure during this time. Please check in on your friends in neighbors during this period. There is sheltering available in Barre if you know anyone that needs somewhere warm & safe to be during this cold weather event.
Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to our EMS friends & family at Waterbury Ambulance Service & the family of Mark. For many of us, Mark raised us in EMS, & mentored us. VT EMS District 6, & VT EMS has lost an huge asset in the EMS community. Rest easy Mark. We'll take it from here.
Fund Raising Sale:
2015 Subaru Outback AWD
Congratulations to the winners of the quilt raffle for Cabot Ambulance.
Full sized quilt: Alex Underwood
Crib sized quilt: Alia Clary
Both of Cabot, Vt
There will be a vaccination clinic on July 4th 1-430, at the Cabot Fire Station. All flavors of vaccines will be available. Our goal is to provide a vaccination opportunity for all ages 6 months & up that day! Come see us.
Cabot ambulance is doing a fund raising event. This handmade queen size patriotic quilt could be yours! Tickets are available by calling Kris Schmitt @ 563-2491 or Ruth Goodrich @ 426-2288. Tickets are $5 each or 3 for $10. The winner will be drawn at 430 on July 4th. You do not need to be present to win.
Hello Fellow Cabot Community Members,
I wanted to let you know that we will be holding a Pop-Up Vaccination Clinic on Saturday February 12,2022 at the Cabot Fire Station from 8 am-11 am. All 3 vaccinations/boosters will be available in addition to pediatric doses for those interested. This is a walk-in clinic so no appointment is necessary.
EMD, Town of Cabot
Recommendations for Protecting yourself and others from COVID-10
Get Vaccinated /Get your booster when you are eligible
Wear a mask when you are around others outside your household and/or are unable to social distance especially indoors.
Get tested if you have signs/symptoms or think that you may have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Practice good personal hygiene including frequent handwashing/hand sanitizing.
Stay home if you are not feeling well.
Trunk or Treat
Happy Halloween everyone from Cabot Ambulance. Tonight at trunk or treat
The Cabot Ambulance has now upgraded the emergency lighting to LED lights. The benefits include increased visibility and safety for our responders.
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Vermont Department of Health See who is eligible to get a vaccine now. Registration for people 75 and older will begin on January 25. Sign up to get weekly email updates!
To all our Emergency Medical Service providers and partners thank you for your service!
Drive slow when you see people walking, running, or playing near the road. The faster you drive, the chances of a fatal crash go up dramatically, and the time you save is marginal. It’s worth it to slow down around pedestrians.
Congratulations to Ruth Goodrich on passing her EMT exam!!
While the numbers of new cases in Vermont still remains small in comparison to many other areas it is important that we all keep doing our part to reduce the spread of the virus.
The Town of Cabot does have 1 confirmed case per the Vermont Department of Health Website. While this is concerning we all know what we need to do.
Wash your hands frequently
Maintain Social Distancing
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
Practice Respiratory Hygiene
Wear a facial covering unless your health prevents it
If you have a fever, cough, or difficulty breathing seek medical attention- but call in advance if possible.
A huge thank you to Bobby Searles and the Cabot Village Store for donating 6 cases of water for use by the Cabot Ambulance and Cabot Fire Department during large scale events. On Saturday May 23rd we went through several cases during 2 brush fires.
Do you know a someone who is celebrating a birthday during this time of social distancing?
Cabot Ambulance has many crew members who'd like to help them celebrate! If you would like to have a parade please let us know and we'd be happy to participate. You can reach us on our page , or via email at:
Congratulations Jeffrey Durgin on passing your NREMT cognitive exam!!!!
Congratulations to Karlyn (Kris) Schmitt on passing the NREMT!!
Congratulations Dixie Townsend on passing your NREMT!
Today the Governor extended his "stay at home stay safe order" to the 15th of May. While we all understand how challenging this can be, it is in the best interest of us all to do our part.
Wearing a cloth mask when in public completing essential tasks.
Wash you hand often with warm soapy water for a minimum of 20 seconds.
If you wear gloves remove them and properly dispose of them in the trash immediately.
Stay Home, Stay safe for all of us.
Congratulations to Victoria Garrison on passing her NREMT!
Please make sure your addresses are clearly marked. In case of any type of emergency it helps law enforcement, the ambulance or fire department locate you faster and easier!
Please look at the Governor's newest executive order. Starting at 5 pm Wednesday there is a Stay at Home Order in place.
Social Distancing protects us all:
Wash your hands for AT LEAST 20 seconds often
Cough into your elbow or tissue ( immediately discard the tissue)
Don’t Touch your face, nose, mouth
Keep a Safe Distance ( 3 meters or 6 Feet recommended)
Stay HOME if you can
As a community it is important that we all do our part to maintain social distancing, stay home if you can, and wash and use hand sanitizer when we can’t frequently. Many businesses like the post office have new signage asking you to do your part for social distancing please remember these are there for the protection of EVERYONE!
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