Paramedics News

Posted On Friday, September 27, 2019

Media release - Frontenac Paramedics Deputy Chief receives leadership award Frontenac Paramedics Deputy Chief Heather Edward receives Richard J. Armstrong Leadership Award
Glenburnie, ON – Frontenac Paramedics Deputy Chief Heather Edward received the Richard J. Armstrong Leadership Award at the Ontario Association of Paramedic Chiefs (OAPC) annual gala in Windsor. The Award recognizes outstanding leadership and significant contributions to Emergency Medical Services in Ontario.
“I am very pleased to see Heather recognized with this...

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Posted On Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Job Swap at the Screening RoomWe are showing "our episode" of the Swiss reality tv show Job Swap at the Screening Room in Kingston on Thursday October 3 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $10 and proceeds go to the ALS Society of Canada.
Earlier this year, Frontenac Paramedics took part in a television show called Job Swap. The premise of the show is that people in Switzerland switch their jobs for a few days with people in far away countries. The goal of the show is to have workers gather experience...

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Posted On Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Community Paramedicine September October November 2019The Community Paramedic Wellness Clinic dates are set for September, October and November. They take place in Glenburnie, Sydenham, Wolfe Island, Arden, Plevna, Ompah and 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 free flu shots, checks on blood pressure, pulse, respiration, oxygen saturation, temperature, blood glucose and body weight. Paramedics...

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Posted On Tuesday, July 02, 2019

Community paramedicine website banner July Aug Sept 2019The Community Paramedic Wellness Clinic dates are set for July, August and September. 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 free flu shots, checks on blood pressure, pulse, respiration, oxygen saturation, temperature, blood glucose...

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Posted On Friday, June 07, 2019

Frontenac Paramedics has hired Heather Edward and Marc Goudie to fill its two available Deputy Chief positions. Edward will be Deputy Chief of Operations and Goudie will become Deputy Chief of Performance Standards.
Goudie has been a paramedic since 2007 and became an Advanced Care Paramedic in 2009. He is currently the Acting Deputy Chief of Performance Standards and will now be in the position permanently. He has also been a Superintendent with Frontenac Paramedics and Alternate...

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