JOSEPHINE COUNTY, Ore.-- Rural Metro Fire is being recognized by the American Heart Association with the 2017 Mission: Lifeline EMS-Gold Achievement Award.
Rural Metro Fire of Grants Pass along with AMR have improved out-of-hospital cardiac arrests associated with heart attacks, from a 13% national average - to only 3% locally.
Rural Metro Fire says thanks to quick response with trained Firefighter/EMT’s, and early recognition of out-of-hospital heart attacks using advanced heart monitors (ECG) carried on fire engines, they can now rapidly identify a heart attack and help facilitate rapid transport to the catheter lab in Medford.
This is the 3rd year in a row for this recognition in Josephine County.
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