EMS

EMS director the first person in Quebec certified by the Canadian Red Cross as an emergency medical responder instructor

Côte Saint-Luc, June 28, 2007 – The director of Côte Saint-Luc Emergency Medical Services, Stéphane Kallos, has become the first person in Quebec to be certified as a Canadian Red Cross emergency medical responder (EMR) instructor.

Mayor and council convince Quebec to save EMS

Glenn J. Nashen, Lawrence Bergman, Anthony Housefather, Ruth Kovac

Côte Saint-Luc residents received sensational news on June 21, 2007 when the Quebec government tabled Bill 22.  The bill included a provision to allow the City of Côte Saint-Luc to remain responsible for pre-hospital emergency care in the municipality and to allow Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to continue to respond to all emergency medical calls in Cote Saint-Luc including Priority One calls.

Côte Saint-Luc EMS information session on April 10 at 6pm

Côte Saint-Luc, April 2, 2007 – An information session for potential Côte Saint-Luc Emergency Medical Services (EMS) volunteer medics will take place on April 10 at 6pm at EMS headquarters, 8100 Côte Saint-Luc Rd.

Those interested in attending the information session or who want more information should call or leave a voice message at 514-485-6956.
 

Côte Saint-Luc calls on Minister Lawrence Bergman to take up EMS cause

Côte Saint-Luc calls on Minister Lawrence Bergman to take up EMS cause after  Montreal shuts door to negotiations to save first responder service

CÔTE SAINT-LUC, March 26, 2007 - Mayor Anthony Housefather called on D’Arcy McGee MNA Lawrence Bergman to state publicly what he will do if re-elected to maintain Côte Saint-Luc Emergency Medical Services (EMS) as a first responder service now that the Mayor of Montreal has refused to negotiate with Côte Saint-Luc to preserve its status.

Resolution on first responder services provided by the City of Côte Saint Luc volunteer Emergency Medical Services

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RESOLUTION ON FIRST RESPONDER SERVICES PROVIDED BY CITY OF CÔTE SAINT-LUC VOLUNTEER EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

WHEREAS the Emergency Medical Services (“EMS”) department, created under the Emergency Measures Organization banner in 1965 by the City of Côte Saint-Luc, has been providing high quality first responder services to the territory of Côte Saint-Luc since 1980; and

Seniors rally to help save EMS

Seniors rally to help save EMS

More than 40 residents from St. Patrick Square for Seniors and B'nai Brith House delivered more than 250 signatures at City Hall on February 26, 2007 in support of Cote Saint-Luc Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Council also received other petitions in support of EMS from residents of Le Waldorf.

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Save EMS

Save EMS

 

Côte Saint-Luc residents received great news on June 21, 2007 when the Quebec government tabled Bill 22.

Help save EMS

Help save EMS
by Glenn J. Nashen, City Councillor (Public Safety)

When we were first elected, the Côte Saint-Luc City Council worked closely with MNA Lawrence Bergman to get an exemption for our unique first-responder service, Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

During the merger years, the City of Montreal planned to transfer the most serious medical calls—called Priority One—to the fire department and signed a collective agreement with the fire department setting out those terms. Priority One calls constitute half of the calls EMS responds to on an annual basis.

Against all odds, we were able to secure a three-year exemption until December 31, 2008 but that date is fast approaching. In order to ensure that our ability to maintain our unique EMS service as we know it, we need the Quebec legislature to intervene and provide us with a permanent exemption to remain fully in control of our life-saving service that has operated successfully and at low cost for more than 25 years.

Côte Saint-Luc EMS is the only such volunteer service on the Island of Montreal and has saved many lives.

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