EVANSVILLE EMERGENCY MEDICAL
emergency medical technicians and one full-time emergency medical
provide the City of Evansville with Emergency Medical Services.
These individuals work on a moments notice to provide life-saving
and life-enhancing services to the residents of our community. EMS has two fully equipped emergency-response vehicles.
Evansville EMS is licensed with the State of Wisconsin
along with our training center in Janesville. Mercy Regional
Training Center oversees all training and skills testing.
The EMT's go through a refresher course every 2 years along with
CPR training annually. They also have advanced skills
training every 6 months. Their training also includes HIPPA
compliance. Our EMT's and EMS Drivers also have monthly
training and train with the lifeguards at the Veterans Memorial
Pool in Evansville. The
Public Safety Committee
is our local government oversight committee.
CONTACT EVANSVILLE EMS
11 W. Church St.
Visit your local EMS Ambulance Service.
The Evansville EMS invites tours of our ambulances and facility to
all groups, schools, daycares, scouts, or any interested group.
Please contact EMS Chief/Coordinator Mary Beaver to make arrangements.
Evansville EMS participated in the Mutual Aid Box Alarm System
(MABAS) multi-state exercise in Chicago, August 26, 2010
FILE OF LIFE
life forms can be downloaded and kept in a safe and convenient
place in your residence and in your purse or wallet. These
cards hold important medical information along with contact
information about you. Evansville EMS will utilize this
information to ensure that you get to the correct hospital along
with medical/history information to make your ambulance call
proceeds smoothly. Please fill these cards out with a pencil
as your medical history and medications tend to change.
to download a file of life form.....
Evansville EMS will
always accept donations of stuffed animals. So if you have
any stuffed animals that are new or like new that you are looking
to donate, please call Evansville EMS. We use these stuffed
animals for our smallest patients on our EMS calls and when we are
at homes helping Moms and Dads.