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Kolby Miller, Cheryl Dauphinee, and Erik Sogge at EMS Today 2020

Two Medstar EMTs Recognized at International EMS Conference

Medstar, Southern Michigan’s largest EMS and mobile healthcare provider, is proud to announce that two of our EMTs were awarded a trip to the EMS Today conference in Tampa, Florida — one of the premier emergency medical services conferences in the world.  Cheryl Dauphinee and Erik Sogge were recognized for their leading patient satisfaction survey

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EMT James Bloss

Medstar Establishes Scholarship Fund in Honor of Genesee County EMT

Medstar, Southern Michigan’s largest EMS and mobile healthcare provider, has established a scholarship fund in honor of Genesee County EMT James Bloss. James died in a crash on January 3, 2020. He was 21 years old. The James Bloss EMS Scholarship Fund will award grants to high school students and young adults in Genesee County

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Most beneficiaries who call 911 with a medical emergency are therefore transported to one of these facilities, and most often to a hospital emergency department, even when a lower-acuity destination may more appropriately meet an individual’s needs. The participants in our ET3 Model will be able to deliver care to patients at the right time and place. We congratulate the applicants selected to participate in the Model, and we look forward to working with them on testing new payments for emergency transport to improve patient care. CMS Administrator, Seema Verma

Medstar Selected to Pilot New CMS Emergency Treatment and Transportation Program

Medstar, Southern Michigan’s largest emergency medical services (EMS) and mobile healthcare provider, has been selected to participate in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) new Emergency Triage, Treat, and Transport (ET3) Model.  Currently, CMS only covers emergency ground ambulance services when Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries are transported to specific types of facilities, most often

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Anne Hein

Medstar Welcomes Anne Hein as New Communications Manager and Public Information Officer

Medstar, Southeast Michigan’s largest EMS and mobile health provider, is expanding its executive team with the addition of Anne Hein as the new communications manager and public information officer.  In this newly created role, Anne will be responsible for internal communications and as well as engaging with community members and other stakeholders to raise awareness

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Clinton Township Winter EMT Course Now Open For Enrollment!

Finally!! After much anticipation, we are happy to announce that our Clinton Township winter EMT course is open for enrollment! The course beings on January 13 and runs until May 21. Class meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:00 PM to 9:00 PM and 1 Saturday of each month- from 9:00 AM-5:00 PM. For additional information,

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Two Medstar Employees Act Quickly To Save Life

Today, we recognize Mackenzie Krolczyk and Sydney Jovaisa! We were contacted by Ascension St. John Hospital to follow up on the care provided to a patient in the City of Eastpointe. A153 arrived after a two minute response to find a female having chest pain radiating to her right arm that started 2 hours prior

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Medstar Paramedic and EMTs revive Flint woman to full recovery

Today, we recognize Paramedic Rick Hyde, EMT Sedrick Fornari, and EMT Jade Bennett. The crew was dispatched to an 89 year old female patient in the city of Flint having breathing problems. Upon the crew arrival, the patient was moved to the floor and found to have no pulse. Cardiac compressions were initiated, and the

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Rescued dog brings Medstar EMTs in Clinton Township comfort after long shift

MedStar Ambulance in Clinton Township has a new employee—one that provides comfort to the rest. Roscoe, the rescued Golden Retriever-mix, spends his days at the Clinton Township location greeting the EMTs as they come and go. MedStar adopted Roscoe last month from the non-profit dog rescue Pro-Pet-Otic Foundation in Ferndale. Director Michael James helped free

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