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Mobile Treatment Centers


All of our units are fully stocked to the level of their personnel. All of our vehicles have four-wheel drive and meet Transport Canada (CMVSS) rollover protection requirements. All of units are maintained on a strict maintenance schedule. 

Our Medical Equipment Includes:

  • All Medications to Match the Practitioners Level of Training
  • Automated External Defibrillators
  • Potable and In Truck Oxygen
  • Airway Management Kits
  • Kendrick Extrication Device
  • Traction Splints
  • Eye Injury Kits
  • Spinal Boards
  • Basket Stretcher 
  • Burn Kits 
  • IV Kits 
  • "Over The Counter" kits 

All of Our Units Are Packaged With:

  • Roadside Emergency Kits 
  • Fluids for Vehicle Maintenance 
  • Satellite Phones 
  • Radios for Road Travel
  • Radios for Medic and Driver Communication​

Levels of care

Our Vehicles

Alberta


Emergency Medical Responder (EMR):

  • Primary level for pre-hospital care in Alberta
  • 120 hours of classroom training
  • Trained to use the fundamental techniques for responding to medical and trauma emergencies
  • Trained in Basic Airway Management 
  • Trained in Basic Emergency Medicine 

Pharmaceutical Scope of Practice:

  • Oxygen
  • Salbutamol and Ipratroprium Bromide for Airway Emergency 
  • ASA for Cardiac Emergencies
  • Assist Epinepherine for Anaphylactic Emergencies
  • Oral Glucose for Diabetic Emergencies  
  • Automated External Defibrillator 


Emergency Medical Technician (EMT):

  • Intermediate level for pre-hospital care
  • EMR program completed as a requisite
  • 360 hours of classroom training
  • 40 hours of hospital practical
  • Has completed a minimum of 25 calls on an ambulance

Pharmaceutical Scope of Practice:

  • Oxygen
  • ASA and Nitroglycerin for Chest Pain 
  • Epinepherine for Anaphylactic Emergencies 
  • Salbutamol and Ipratropium Bromide for Airway Emergencies 
  • Entonox for Pain Management 
  • Oral Glucose for Diabetic Emergencies
  • Glucagon for Diabetic Emergencies
  • D50W and D5W for Diabetic Emergencies 
  • Intravenous Access 

Paramedics:

  • Advanced level for pre-hospital care
  • EMT program completed as pre-requisite
  • 2 year diploma
  • Hospital and ambulance practical
  • Advanced Airway Management including intubation
  • Huge Pharmacutical Scope

Nurses:

  • Highest level for pre-hospital care
  • Nursing Degree

Pharmaceutical Scope of Practice: 

  • Suturing of Wounds 
  • Immunizations
  • Sterile Abscess Drainage
  • Dental Abscess Treatment
  • Sterile Dressing Changes
  • Urinary Tract Infection Diagnosis and Treatment 
  • Staph Infection Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Urinary Catheterization 
  • Advanced Pain Medication
  • And More!


British Columbia


Occupational First Aider Level 3 (OFA3):

  • This course is designed in compliance with the WorkSafe BC requirements for First Aid Attendants in BC and according to WSBC Regulations Part 3 Guidelines (3.14 - 3.21). The Occupational First Aid Level 3 course is offered with the objective of qualifying candidates for certification as Level 3 First Aid Attendants in industry. Instruction includes: anatomy and physiology; injury and body response; resuscitation - oxygen therapy; wounds and bleeding; thermal, joint, spinal and eye injuries; fractures, bandaging; immobilization; transportation; recording and reporting accidents and injuries. 

Primary Care Paramedics (PCP) and Advanced Care Paramedics (ACP) are equivalent to EMT-A's and Paramedics respectively.