Paramedics News

Posted On Monday, July 15, 2024

Marc Goudie GLENBURNIE, ON – Marc Goudie, Frontenac Paramedics Deputy Chief of Performance Standards, has been appointed Paramedic Chief/Director, Emergency and Transportation Services for the County of Frontenac effective September 30, 2024.
“DC Goudie is eminently qualified, experienced, and equipped to lead Frontenac Paramedics into this next chapter as Chief,” says Frontenac County CAO Kevin Farrell. “He is already a great asset to Frontenac Paramedics and...

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Posted On Friday, July 05, 2024

Ribbon cuttingElected officials, Frontenac Paramedics, emergency system partners, Frontenac County staff, and friends gathered in Glenburnie this morning to officially open the new Glenburnie Frontenac Paramedics base .
“It takes years of planning, cooperation, and commitment among funding partners and organizers to bring a new paramedics base to fruition,” says Frances Smith, Warden of Frontenac County. “This new building is a significant step toward equipping Frontenac...

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Posted On Sunday, May 19, 2024

Paramedic services week 2024 Paramedic Services Week is a time to honour the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) profession and recognize the professionals who provide this vital public service.
This year’s national theme, Help Us Help You, is an opportunity to highlight the many ways that paramedic services help people, from the provision of emergency care for those critically ill and injured to the more contemporary role of paramedic services as part of a greater health system.
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Posted On Wednesday, April 24, 2024

baseProgress on the new Frontenac Paramedics Battersea Rd. base is continuing well. For updates on this and other improvement projecct ongoing on frontenac County campus visit our Frontenac County Campus redevelopment page . 
These images from April 16.


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Posted On Thursday, April 04, 2024

Ambulances Kingston, ON – April 4, 2024 – Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC), the City of Kingston, Kingston Police, Kingston Fire and Rescue, Frontenac Paramedics, and the Frontenac OPP are collectively asking for the public's cooperation on April 8, the day of the total solar eclipse, to ensure safety and accessibility across the city.
Anticipating a significant influx of visitors to Kingston, estimated to be as many as 500,000, it is expected that Kingston will experience...

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