Paramedic Services

COVID-19 Update, March 26, 2020, 3:04 p.m.

911 is for emergencies only. If you call 911 for an emergency, you will be asked a series of questions to assess the risk of COVID-19 exposure. These questions ensure the safety of paramedics, firefighters, police officers and healthcare workers. 

It is critical that you are honest with the 911 operators. Emergency crews will still respond to your emergency but need to know what precautions to take.

Due to the rapidly changing nature of the COVID pandemic, information on the following pages may not be up to date. Check for further developments and business support services .


 

About Paramedic Services

Learn more about what we do

When You Call an Ambulance

Help us help you in an emergency

Emergency Services Strategic Plan

Read our Emergency Services Strategic Plan


 

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Become a Paramedic

Learn more about how you can become a paramedic

Community Paramedicine Programs

Learn how Community Paramedicine Programs promote community health

Outreach, Education and Events

See what we are doing in the community