Ambulance Care (1994) Ltd.
650 Highway 3 East
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"Our Commitment to Excellence".
It is what our company has strived for, and maintained,
for many, many years and will continue to aim for. Take a look around by
clicking on the tabs on the upper left side of the page.
We have tried to ensure our website is full of all
sorts of valuable information. You can find things like job postings,
programs we offer, or how to contct us. Or maybe you just want to know
a bit more about Spiritwood - Big River Ambulance. If there is
something specific you wish to see, please contact us and we will be
sure to do our best to provide it for you!
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you can spot Terry The Traumasaurus.
Spiritwood / Big River EMS is currently looking for casual
PCP's, ICP's, & ACP's for both locations.
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Spiritwood / Big River Employment
For More Information on the Community
of Spiritwood Please Visit The Town of Spiritwood Website at:
Canadian Red Cross
Aid, & CPR Courses Available
First Aid/ CPR - $155.00 (14 hours)
CPR only - $90.00 (5/6 hours)
First 12 paid
Minimum Number of 10 registrants
must be met for course to convene
To inquire or register
contact Dallas at 306-883-2500
First Responder Courses Are
10 - 12 paticipants are needed to
initiate a course
Attendance required all 6 days to complete
For more information: Contact Dallas Schwartz @
Printable information sheet
Next First Responder Inservice
Spiritwood Ambulance Base
Sunday, December 4th, 2016 : 9:00am
Please RSVP at least 1 week prior
to the inservice
Stroke Foundation Of Canada
BLS For HCP Courses Available
At Spiritwood Ambulance
This Includes CPR And AED Training For:
Child, & Infant With Bag Valve Mask
For Health Care
BLS For HCP - $90.00 (5/6 Hours)
Maximum Of 6 Registrants Per Class
To Inquire Contact
Denley At 306-883-2500
something anyone can learn, including teens and seniors.
It begins the moment you recognize that someone needs
help which can happen anywhere at any time. Taking CPR
training will teach you how to call for an ambulance, do
rescue breathing, clear a blocked airway and do CPR.
CPR is now easier that ever. A new set of international
CPR guidelines were introduced in Canada in 2014. These
new CPR steps are easier to remember and will improve
the chance of recovery for the victim.
year's theme for CPR Month is
Push Hard, Push Fast - Go 30:2
as this statement reflects a key change in the CPR
steps. Research has shown that forceful, fast CPR with
minimal interruption provides better circulation of
blood and oxygen.
|Spiritwood - Big River
Welcome To Our Newest Employees
Rodriguez, Danielle Courcelles, And Brett Zubot
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Thursday, September 22, 2016
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