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Fire District 15 owns and operates an
EMS transport service which provides emergency care around the clock
24 hours a day/7 days a week.

We currently run an average of 530 EMS calls per year with 4 paid EMS positions and an EMS Director.

As a rural agency, we are also supplemented by a dedicated group of trained volunteer responders. These volunteers receive training in areas such as

* Trauma Care * Medical Emergencies *   

* Medications * OB/GYN *

As well as completing on-going education to maintain their Washington State certifications.

Currently the district has two levels of EMS providers; EMT-Basic and Advanced EMT.

If you are interested in joining our team, please click here for more information.

Community Training

No Community Training Sheduled at this time, for more information contact EMS Director Tonya Vallance at 509-689-4041 or doc15emsdir@gmail.com

EMS Training

EMT Class: 

None Scheduled At This Time

EMS ongoing training:

Third Wednesday of every month, EMS station; 6 p.m.

EMS Volunteers

Kerry Heen - EMT-B 

Kevin Vallance - EMT-B

Marke Mattson - EMT-B

 

Nolan Tonseth - EMT-B

Shelley Brown - AEMT

 

Sabrina Velasco - AEMT

Kristina Scheller - AEMT

Brad Scharnickel - Paramedic

Genea Flynn - EMT-B

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