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A. Paramedics Of BC 17 Dec 18
It was the Christmas before last and our and received a call from a panicked elf they took care of very fast. This is the story of when Paramedics saved Christmas! Full Video:
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SgtStradley Apr 29
Good morning everyone I hope you have a great day! To all the men and women & thank you for what you do for us every day & be safe & be there for one another & most importantly ! We are all one big !
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KHPDispatch Apr 15
is off to a good start! This is what our see as they walk into work! Makes for a good day when you know you’re appreciated ➖💛➖
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GoalieMom 🏒🏳️‍🌈❤️ Nov 27
To all - Operators : I know we are going into the “tough” season. The season of suicides. An increase of these calls. They are taxing on you. Know that you are not alone, and if you ever need a
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Krista Sayeau Jan 30
can hear the screams and crying, but also the pain and fear, long after a call ends.
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A. Paramedics Of BC Oct 8
Tonight we celebrated the positive impact the 100 and Emergency have made across BC at our 16th Annual Retirement and Retiree Dinner. That’s over 3000 years of combined experience! Enjoy retirement and know that you will be missed!
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Billy Goldfeder Apr 20
SHORTAGE OF EMERGENCY DISPATCHERS PROMPTS STATE TO LOOK AT PROVIDING BETTER BENEFITS, FIRE / POLICE / EMS RETIREMENT PLAN.
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LA County Sheriffs Apr 17
watch live: , along with joins local & state partners to show support for act. It's time we give 911 recognition they deserve
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L.A. County Fire 911 Dispatch Nov 1
We have had & ROSS (Resource Ordering & Status System) trained personnel from & working alongside us. Meanwhile our 911 Center remains fully staffed for daily emergencies as well as any new Fire incidents.
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Back the Blue Dawn Jul 4
To all officers, firefighters, EMS, dispatchers and nurses: Thank you for what you do for us on a daily basis. Please stay safe.
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Emerg Health Services Sep 30
Reaching this historic agreement took the unwavering efforts of many people. BCEHS and are proud to be part of this transformative contract with and .
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Adam Palmer Dec 31
Thank you to all our amazing who keep the public & our officers safe 24/7!
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Cody Alcorn Aug 14
Don't forget about the dispatchers who have to keep their cool knowing these guys are taking on gunfire and being shot. We often don't take time to talk about their job...it's just as important during these types of calls.
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Chino Hills PD Apr 16
It’s National Public Safety Telecommunications Week and we want to thank all of the calm voices in the storm. Our unseen Heroes #911
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Thanh Nguyen Apr 14
Our are our unsung heroes. They’re the voice you hear when you frantically call 911. They’re the ones making critical dispatch decisions that may dictate outcome. They’re the ones providing field personnel with needed support.
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Erin Garrity Apr 2
Big group out tonight in YVR to watch the inaugural episode of Paramedics: Life on the Line. Long time in the making. Other group screenings (& solo ones) also happening around BC tonight!
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Emerg Health Services Jan 15
No for air ambulances, , & across the province. and safety come first. (photo credit: )
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Peoria Police (AZ) Apr 15
Thank you & for highlighting our amazing dispatchers to kick off ! These men and women are truly THE first responders!
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Michael Dubron Sep 12
A glimpse at today’s from our as we lower to injured located in . Mission completed with assistance from ground units & also great assist from our
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Trooper Ben Apr 15
They provide calmness to chaos... Guiding responders with radio traffic... Thank you !! April 14th—20th is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.
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