Paramedics News

Posted On Thursday, January 09, 2020

Dale Hodgins at Walk to End ALS in Kingston First responders in Kingston are once again getting behind Dale Hodgins and the ALS Society of Canada
Frontenac Paramedics are organizing a second fundraiser for Dale Hodgins and the ALS Society of Canada. Dale is one of Kingston’s most respected first responders. He was a paramedic for more than 40 years and a fire fighter for 35 but in January of 2019 he was diagnosed with the rare neurological disease ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.
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Posted On Wednesday, January 08, 2020

Frontenac Paramedics stats December 2019Frontenac Paramedics stats December 2019.
Top 10 calls:
193 Weakness/Dizziness/Unwell
111 Musculoskeletal Trauma
99 Abdominal/Pelvic/Perineal/Rectal Pain
87 Behaviour/Psychiatric
80 Dyspnea
68 Trauma/Injury
65 Lift Assist
63 Soft Tissue Problem (non-traumatic)
61 No Complaints
59 Alcohol/Drugs Combined

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Posted On Thursday, December 19, 2019

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Frontenac ParamedicsHappy New Year from Frontenac Paramedics through this video message on YouTube


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Posted On Thursday, December 19, 2019

Kingston's west-end residents can expect continued excellent paramedic services thanks to a new property lease arrangement between the City of Kingston and the County of Frontenac (responsible for overseeing Frontenac Paramedics). Frontenac Paramedics will immediately establish a paramedic base at Woodbine Road Fire Station, 905 Woodbine Rd.
 “We are happy to have Frontenac Paramedics joining us at the Woodbine Fire Station. This will help ensure residents in the...

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Posted On Thursday, December 05, 2019

Community Paramedicine clinics December, January, FebruaryThe Community Paramedic Wellness Clinic dates are set for December, January and February. They take place in Glenburnie, Sydenham, Wolfe Island, Arden, Plevna, Ompah and there is a new clinic in Kingston.
Community paramedicine is a non-emergency, community-based service with a focus on health promotion and injury prevention. At these clinics, Frontenac paramedics offer checks on blood pressure, pulse, respiration, oxygen saturation, temperature, blood glucose and body weight....

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