Medix Ambulance Service

Medix Ambulance Service

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Wishing everyone a safe and Happy Independence Day!
This is absolutely unacceptable. If you have any information that would be helpful please contact the Sheriff's Department.
Happy Father’s Day to all of our Medix Fathers. And the Fathers of all of our Medix employees!
A huge THANK YOU to Susan Oxley for taking a month long ride on the Medix roller coaster. Susan came back and worked for us during the well deserved sabbatical of one of our Paramedic Supervisors. She made it possible for us to grant that sabbatical in this crazy post Covid healthcare worker shortage. Susan had a long career at Medix before leaving the sunny north coast for warmer and drier destinations. It has been fun having you around and we hope you will come back and play again in the future. We will have to get some golf in next time.
We all really enjoy working with Dr. Berry here at Medix Ambulance Service.
Some of our awesome Longview crew members busy at work today.
All of us here at Medix Ambulance Service are grateful for and proud to work along with all of the Career and Volunteer Fire Departments in all of our service areas in Oregon and Washington. Happy EMS week to all of you!
Medix Ambulance Service is seeking applicants for full-time positions as EMT, AEMT, and EMT-Intermediate. Qualified applicants will hold a current Oregon or Washington license and CPR. Pay is dependent on experience and level of certification. Company provided continuing education and also the opportunity for 100% company paid training for Paramedic license.
Happy First Responder's Day to everyone at Medix who plays a part in the vital service they provide for the community - from EMT/Paramedics - the FIRST responders on site, to Dispatch - the FIRST point of contact, to the Business Office - who take care of all the behind-the-scenes admin work so that the rest of the team can focus on being on the front lines. Thanks for everything you do.
Hey!! I'm in search of a medical alert necklace or bracelet. Can you suggest anything! Thank YOU
My wife and I wanted to say thank you to the Medix that responded to the MV accident on hwy 101 May 29th. We can't remember all their names, but they were very professional, thorough, and courteous! Thank you again!
Thank you Very much for coming out to the library today and reading we all enjoyed it. The children learned a lot and your reader was wonderful!Thanks for the stickers too......

Medix Ambulance Service provides emergent and non-emergent transportation in Clatsop County, OR and Founded in 1975, Medix Ambulance Service provides Emergency Ambulance and non-emergency Ambulance and Wheelchair transportation to Clatsop County, Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Operating as usual

08/30/2022

Congratulations to Joe Scott for obtaining his National Paramedic certification! A couple of paperwork hoops to jump through and he will be a licensed Paramedic in Oregon. Awesome job, Joe!

Photos from Medix Ambulance Service's post 08/04/2022

Happy Birthday United States Coast Guard!

07/16/2022

Congratulations to our Medix mechanics, Josh And Howard for becoming Certified Emergency Vehicle Technicians! We appreciate their ability to diagnose and repair complicated emergency vehicle system problems and keep us on the road to serve the community.

07/14/2022

We have crews providing medical standby support at Camp Rilea this week for training. They sent us this little video.

07/04/2022

Wishing everyone a safe and Happy Independence Day!

06/19/2022

Happy Father’s Day to all of our Medix Fathers. And the Fathers of all of our Medix employees!

Photos from Medix Ambulance Service's post 05/29/2022

A huge THANK YOU to Susan Oxley for taking a month long ride on the Medix roller coaster. Susan came back and worked for us during the well deserved sabbatical of one of our Paramedic Supervisors. She made it possible for us to grant that sabbatical in this crazy post Covid healthcare worker shortage. Susan had a long career at Medix before leaving the sunny north coast for warmer and drier destinations. It has been fun having you around and we hope you will come back and play again in the future. We will have to get some golf in next time.

Everyday People: 'It requires a lot of flexibility and problem-solving' 05/23/2022

Everyday People: 'It requires a lot of flexibility and problem-solving'

We all really enjoy working with Dr. Berry here at Medix Ambulance Service.

Everyday People: 'It requires a lot of flexibility and problem-solving' Shannon Berry, an emergency physician at Columbia Memorial Hospital in Astoria, wondered whether she could become a doctor.

Photos from Medix Ambulance Service's post 05/19/2022

Some of our awesome Longview crew members busy at work today.

05/17/2022

All of us here at Medix Ambulance Service are grateful for and proud to work along with all of the Career and Volunteer Fire Departments in all of our service areas in Oregon and Washington. Happy EMS week to all of you!

05/14/2022

EMS Week 2022

05/09/2022

Medix Ambulance Service is seeking applicants for full-time positions as EMT, AEMT, and EMT-Intermediate. Qualified applicants will hold a current Oregon or Washington license and CPR. Pay is dependent on experience and level of certification. Company provided continuing education and also the opportunity for 100% company paid training for Paramedic license.

MEDIX Ambulance Service 05/05/2022

MEDIX Ambulance Service

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MEDIX Ambulance Service We talk with Medix Ambulance Service General Manager Tom Strecker about the business of running the service locally and some of the challenges associated with that work for the paramedics and the peop

Photos from Medix Ambulance Service's post 05/03/2022

Howard was originally chosen as Medix's Star of Life in 2020. But the pandemic kept the festivities from happening until now. We are very happy that Howard is finally able to receive his recognition as he represents Medix in Washington DC this week at the American Ambulance Association's Stars of Life celebration.

Howard Mullins was born and raised in Warrenton, Oregon. He has been with Medix Ambulance since November 2013, beginning his career as a Wheelchair Van Driver. It soon became apparent that he had an additional high-level skill set when he jumped in as a mechanic for the Wheelchair and then for the Ambulance Divisions of Medix. Howard has the ability to quickly learn new things and has proven himself to be extremely valuable to the company.
Howard soon became responsible for helping put new wheelchair vans in service by performing the initial installations of the necessary equipment. He has become certified as a Ricon Lift service person, and is also the primary installer of the Stryker Power Gurney and Lifts systems for all of the Metro West family of companies. Howard is always available for any needs the company or its employees may have at any time. He is a great example to all fellow employees as someone who is willing to go the extra mile to accomplish his and the company's goals, and he always leads by example.
When not keeping Metro West's lifesaving equipment on the road, Howard also enjoys riding motorcycles and spending time with family and friends. He and his spouse, Nelda, enjoy living on the Oregon coast and in the relaxed atmosphere that comes naturally to the area.
Medix Ambulance is proud to announce Howard Mullins as our Star of Life!

MEDIX AMBULANCE SERVICE 04/29/2022

MEDIX AMBULANCE SERVICE

Medix Ambulance Service is currently accepting applications for Emergency Medical Dispatcher. If interested, please visit www.medixambulance.org to apply on our careers page.

MEDIX AMBULANCE SERVICE Providing quality clinical care with sophisticated training and equipment. To arrange transportation, call 503-861-1990. In an emergency, call 9-1-1.

Video: Russian forces use 'double-tap' strikes to hit first responders 04/27/2022

Video: Russian forces use 'double-tap' strikes to hit first responders

Amazing bravery.

Video: Russian forces use 'double-tap' strikes to hit first responders A CNN news team saw the tactic firsthand as they accompanied paramedics responding to a call to help a wounded man

04/12/2022

Medix 3 on its way to an MVA on Highway 26 this morning.

Thanks, Mike Wammack (Elsie Fire Chief) for sending this to us.

03/14/2022

Medix Ambulance Service is seeking applicants for full time Billing/Collections Representative positions. Applicants must be detail oriented, comfortable making and taking professional phone calls, and have excellent communication skills.

Duties involved include:

* Billing daily accounts
* Handling insurance claims
* Patient, hospital and insurance company phone calls

Please upload a resume' with this application.

Meal Train for The Lindstrom Family 02/11/2022

Meal Train for The Lindstrom Family

Please help out Misty's family if you can.

Meal Train for The Lindstrom Family Last night (2/10) while on her way home from a 12 hour Medix shift, Misty was involved in a serious accident. She has been working her ass off endlessly the last year (let's be honest, she always works her ass off) to get her paramedic license. She was almost done with her clinicals and onto the fin...

01/17/2022
01/15/2022

Tomorrow, January 15th marks the 50th anniversary of the premier of the TV show EMERGENCY! This show encouraged many of today's more "seasoned" Paramedics to join the profession. So POP a couple of Bicarb caps to Johnny and Roy tomorrow and have a cup of coffee with the crew at Rampart.

12/25/2021

Wishing everyone a safe, healthy, and Merry Christmas!

Photos from Medix Ambulance Service's post 11/27/2021

Medix is participating in the Seaside parade of lights tonight. Thank you Laine Earls,Alexa York, Charles Iverson, and Jason Hawkins for making this happen.

11/26/2021
11/25/2021

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Medix Ambulance.

11/13/2021

EMS POEM: THE PARAMEDIC
By Benjamin H. Hawk, NRP

When you look in my eyes what do you see?
Do you see the lines from years of laughter, the bags under my eyes from years without restful sleep?
Maybe you see the blue color and how it seems a bit faded.
Do you see me focus so intensely that you know I know what I’m doing. that I’m listening.
But I hope you don’t look too close, I don’t want the pain behind my eyes to add to yours. What my eyes have seen is my burden to bear.
You and your family called for help, you prayed that your God would deliver you from this moment.
You keep praying long after I arrive, those prayers continue even when looking in my eyes. You can’t see that God sent someone like me.

Do you see my hands?
Do you notice the scars from a life already lived?
Do you notice they are steady even when outstretched?
You won’t see them falter during the intense moments.
When armed with my tools they are rocks, and without they are soft like worn leather.
Do you notice the ring under my glove? Is it from a happy life outside this place or is it the last tangible thing from a broken vow I’m not ready to let go of?
You see me, but only a glimpse of the person I am.

You have no idea what all we do until your worst day, yet I and those like me study and train hoping to never have to employ the skills of those labors, yet ready and willing when it comes time.
You have no idea what all we do until your worst day, yet I and those like me study and train hoping to never have to employ the skills of those labors, yet ready and willing when it comes time.

Do you notice me diligently set to work on the task at hand?
You know what I am. You see me and my kin darting around, you may even think you know what we do, but you’ve never imagined the worst day of your life.
I and my kin have spent a lifetime imaging the worst day.
For this reason is why my eyes are focused, my hands steady and strong.
But what you don’t see is …

I have these lines around my eyes because I’ve earned them, sometimes they’re from having to laugh to keep from crying, sometimes they’ve earned their place by having to shut my eyes so tight to push the terrible away from the forefront of my mind.

The bags under my eyes are from years of working through the night and never getting a restful night’s sleep, but they’re also from being a single parent that only sees his children on the weekends and instead of sleeping I sit next to their beds while they dream just to get more time with them.

The focus is from knowing I’ve seen this before and knowing it didn’t go well the last time. Or when you hand me your sick child all I can see are my own children and I lock in to doing everything as right as possible because in that moment your child is mine as well.

Yes I am listening, but what you can’t see is my mind being 10 steps ahead of what my hands are doing. The color has faded a bit over the years, but you can’t know that they have seen the best and worst of humanity for more years than I’d really care to admit. Because of that I pray you don’t ask what’s the worst thing I’ve ever seen because I don’t want to relive something that already haunts me.

The scars on my hands, they show you a life lived full of mistakes, wrong turns and hard learned lessons. But you can only see the scars on the outside, you can’t see the blood stains my mind will never forget, the hands held in the final moments, the tiny broken bodies, the desperate grip of those begging for a few more moments, or the last grip of a friend or brother with no words because there are none to be found. My hands are held steady by those I couldn’t save, held true by the memory of the broken, they do not falter because of those that came before and they will never waiver for those yet to come. My hands are the tools my mind sets to work with, they give you a chance and prepare the next generation for their turn at this life. You don’t see the ring that tells you I have a reason to go home and leave this life at the door. You can’t see the driving force that is my reason for moving forward, but know in your dark moments my eyes will look upon you and my hands care for you as I’d want my own family seen and treated.

You see me set to work and you wonder how I can think, how I can feel, how I can communicate, and how I can do it all with little to no change in the tone of my voice and without any sign of fear. You think maybe I’ve seen too much and am numb to it, and in part your right, but the reality is this is not a job I took by choice, this is the path I was called to.

You have no idea what all we do until your worst day, yet I and those like me study and train hoping to never have to employ the skills of those labors, yet ready and willing when it comes time. Your worst day is shared by me, my brothers and my sisters and it will stay with us for longer than any of us will ever admit.

In the darkness of your fear we hope to shine a light, to stand between you and grave, we will do as trained and hope amongst hope that the divine are pleased with our efforts and allow you to draw at least one more breath.

This is our charge. This is our life. It is our duty, it is a gift given to us by an authority we do not understand and fear to question.

You know my title, but you have no idea who I am.

To you I am

The paramedic

11/10/2021

Happy Birthday, United States Marine Corps!

11/02/2021

Congratulations to Medix Ambulance Paramedic Marco Palma for his field childbirth call yesterday! Thank you for helping that new baby girl into the world.

10/20/2021

The Medix office is ready for Halloween!

What Oregon’s vaccine deadline means for paramedics 10/18/2021

What Oregon’s vaccine deadline means for paramedics

Medix Ambulance Service is part of that 1000 employees in the Metro West family of Companies. 100% of all active employees at Medix are vaccinated.

What Oregon’s vaccine deadline means for paramedics Metro West, the provider of ambulance services in Washington County, has achieved 100% vaccination rates. Nearly 300 miles to the south, the Medford Fire iDepartment is at 56%. Medford approved exemptions for all of 29 holdouts who refused to get the shots. When it comes to the vaccine, the urban-ru...

09/11/2021
08/17/2021

Congratulations Nolan! We will miss you, but wish you the best in your new job at AFD.

CONGRATULATIONS NOLAN MATHEWS!

Nolan has been hired as a career firefighter to fill an open position. He will begin work on September 2nd as a member of C-Shift. Nolan is not new to the Astoria Fire Department as he was a former Intern Firefighter and is currently a Volunteer Firefighter. Please see below to learn more about Nolan.

Nolan Mathews started firefighting in August 2018 with the Warrenton Fire Department as a volunteer firefighter. Nolan then started studying fire science at Clatsop community college. In July of 2019 Nolan then joined the Astoria Fire Department as an intern firefighter. While interning Nolan earned his Emergency Medical Technician Basic, and graduated with his associates of applied science in fire science. Nolan also holds other certifications such as NFPA Firefighter II, Fire & Emergency Services Instructor, Apparatus Equipped w/Fire Pump, and Firefighter Type 2. After the internship Nolan was hired at Medix Ambulance full time and Seaside Fire and Rescue part-time. Nolan is now currently a volunteer with Astoria Fire Department.

Congratulations Nolan and welcome to the team in this new capacity!

08/04/2021

Congratulations to Medix Paramedic Paul Fredericksen who recently assisted a 6 pound baby girl into the world!

Photos from Medix Ambulance Service's post 08/04/2021

Happy 231st!

07/11/2021

It is with heavy heart that we announce the passing of Astoria Police Officer Sam Whisler. Officer Whisler unexpectedly passed away on July 9th, 2021, at the incredibly young age of 26. Officer Whisler has been a member of the Astoria Police department since January 2020. He previously served with the Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office as a search and rescue volunteer at the young age of 13 starting in 2008 and continued in search and rescue until 2016. He was sworn in as an enforcement cadet at Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office in 2013 and in May of 2017 was sworn in as a reserve deputy and continued in that capacity until he joined the Astoria Police Department in January 2020. Sam also served as a volunteer firefighter with the Gearhart Fire Department and was a lifeguard and rescue swimmer for Seaside Fire Department in 2016.

Sam was loved by all and always had a smile on his face and a positive attitude. He will be sorely missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Christin, Sam’s wife and their two children, along with Sam’s parents and the entire family.

Astoria Police Department will be coordinating with Officer Whisler’s family for memorial arrangements. Memorial service details will be released as soon as we have more information.

07/04/2021

Happy Independence Day to all of our Paramedics, EMTs, Dispatchers, Medivan Techs, Billing Department, Mechanics, and IT department! Thank you for all you do to ensure life saving care to all of the areas we serve.

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2325 SE Dolphin Ave
Warrenton, OR
97146

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