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St. Agatha Still Without Ambulance Service, Volunteer Staff Needed

St. Agatha Still Without Ambulance Service, Volunteer Staff Needed

| April 16, 2015

Over a year ago,┬áthree towns, St. Agatha, Frenchville and Sinclair, lost their ambulance service due to a lack of volunteers. The service is now being provided by Fort Kent, but people in all three towns are hoping to get their service back. Especially Alicia Bois. “My nerves were shot, I had major anxiety. My baby […]

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St. Agatha area residents dissatisfied with ambulance service

St. Agatha area residents dissatisfied with ambulance service

| March 26, 2015

“In the case of an emergency, it can seem like the difference in life or death sometimes,” said St. Agatte town manager Christy Sirois. Residents in and around St. Agatha aren’t satisfied with the area’s ambulance service. For about a year now, the towns of St. Agatha, Frenchville, and Sinclair have been receiving ambulance service […]

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Medical Monday 1.20.14: Critical Care Transport Training

Medical Monday 1.20.14: Critical Care Transport Training

| January 22, 2014

Changing technology has changed the healthcare field, including emergency response. EMT’s, nurses and paramedics need to know how to use the latest technology that can help save lives in critical care situations. A certification program is helping to provide that knowledge through an intense two week training. Emergency healthcare responders are learning the basics of […]

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Caribou Improves EMS Services

Caribou Improves EMS Services

| February 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

The ambulances in Caribou are adding a new piece of equipment to their arsenal. One that allows increased survivability in a cardiac emergency. It’s expensive and a government program helped to make it possible. News Source 8’s Gina DiPietro explains.

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