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Your paid subscription will help us continue to protect you and your loved ones – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Your paid subscription is vitally important in helping West Deer EMS. As the cost to operate a business increases, the reimbursement that we receive from health insurers has decreased. It also helps to keep up with the ever-increasing costs of buying ambulances, sophisticated life-saving medical equipment and training for our dedicated personnel.
Your paid subscription can also save you hundreds of dollars as it provides you with a 50% discount off any out-of-pocket expenses related to emergency ambulance service
provided by West Deer EMS.
Protect yourself and your family today! $.12 per day for individuals and $.16 per day for families is a small price to pay to save hundreds of dollars if you need emergency ambulance service.
Support your local emergency medical service!
Thank you, in advance, for your support.
Your West Deer EMS Subscription also gives you some coverage when visiting other communities. Take a look at the map to see what communities may honor your subscription.
Why learn CPR?
Four out of five cardiac arrests happen at home. Statistically speaking, the life you save by administering CPR is likely to be someone you know: a child, a spouse, a parent, or a friend. You can prepare yourself to act in an emergency by attending a community CPR class. Classes can be schedule for groups 7 days a week, in the morning, afternoon or evening. Classes can be held at our new and updated training center located at our station or we can come to you.
For further information, please contact Kevin Hendrick Education Coordinator, at 724-265-4750 x21. You can also email him at email@example.com.
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West Deer EMS visited the residents of West Deer Manor to assist them with completing the Envelope of Life forms. During an emergency, there are times when patients are unable to speak or think clearly impeding the emergency responder’s efforts to help them. The lack of information may waste valuable time. The Envelope of Life is an easy-to-complete form that provides life-saving information to emergency responders.
The completed, brightly colored form is placed in a location easily identifiable to EMS personnel, most commonly on the refrigerator door.
Anyone wishing to obtain an Envelope of Life form can stop at the ambulance base or contact the EMS office at 724-265-3033.
This program is the start of our “Staying Well Together” initiative which will assist our medically vulnerable residents in the prevention of illness or injury.