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BC Emergency Health Services oversees BC Ambulance Service & the BC Patient Transfer Network. We're supported by . Privacy Note
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EmergHealthServices 8h
A great story about the importance of bystander CPR. Paramedic Amy Morrison nominated 2 gentlemen for being the "Vital Link" to survival until our paramedics Amy & Mike Havard arrived. presented these heroes with medals yest. Congrats to all!
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EmergHealthServices 9h
Way to go, team! Well deserved.
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ChangeDayBC Nov 17
SO excited to hear from , a superstar of and a leader of the incredible change agents! Tune in to hear from Kerry:
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EmergHealthServices Nov 17
You too can be an emergency responder: Learn . There's no better time to learn this life-saving skill than during .
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EmergHealthServices Nov 17
If you suspect sudden cardiac arrest, call 911. BCEHS emergency call-takers will help you until our paramedics arrive. Learn .
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EmergHealthServices Nov 17
Three steps to save a life - call 911, perform CPR and use an AED.
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ACT Foundation Nov 17
Thank you staff and paramedics, with paramedics donating their time to train teachers as instructors in the ACT and high school program across .
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EmergHealthServices Nov 17
Learn hands-only CPR: pump hard and fast at 100 beats a minute to save a life.
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EmergHealthServices Nov 17
Only 25% of sudden cardiac arrest victims in BC receive bystander CPR and treatment with an AED prior to the arrival of BCEHS paramedics. Do you know CPR? It's . Learn
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Heart & Stroke Nov 17
Cardiac arrest can strike any time, without warning. By acting fast, you could save a life. Call 9-11 & shout for an AED; Push hard & fast in the centre of the chest; Restart the heart with an AED
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EmergHealthServices Nov 17
Let's go ! Last minute pledges today can tip the scale in our favour.
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EmergHealthServices Nov 17
You did it BC! Today is . Join us for a virtual celebration:
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EmergHealthServices Nov 17
Thank you to all who are participating in . Hear from some Change Day champions in BC & beyond at the virtual celebration today.
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EmergHealthServices Nov 16
Did you act on your pledge? Share your story at the virtual celebration on 17-11-17!
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EmergHealthServices Nov 16
45,000+ Canadians have a cardiac arrest each year. Less than 10% who experience it outside of hospital survive. Learn . Help save lives.
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Daron McDonald Nov 14
🚑🚑 Keep an eye out for your this holiday season at many winter holiday events including the !! Say hello and meet your local 🚑🚑
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EmergHealthServices Nov 15
Big news! 18 new regular positions are being added to our emergency fleet to better serve the patients of BC.
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EmergHealthServices Nov 15
is coming! Join the virtual celebration on 17-11-17 -->
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EmergHealthServices Nov 15
You got your flu shot. Now what? If you work for BCEHS, you self-report, here: If you choose to wear a mask, this must be reported here also.
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EmergHealthServices Nov 14
The elves are hard at work getting ready for the Santa Parade Dec 3. A big shout-out to the elves for their help w/ these.
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