Yesterday evening, Wednesday, May 26, our members stood by for rehab service during Valhalla Fire Department’s live burn drill. Along with a dedicated rehab unit, our Corps was also able to staff another unit for on-site transport, and two others for dispatched calls for service.
This isn’t the first time we’ve worked hand-in-glove with VFD, and it won’t be our last—so it’s always nice to train alongside and provide any medical assistance they may need.
And thank you to our members, who came out rain, shine, or thunderstorm!
***We’re always recruiting!*** Head on over to www.valhallavac.org for applications. Message us on Instagram @ValhallaEMS for more information. Apply today. Get involved. Be the difference. ... See MoreSee Less
Over the past few days, we’ve received an increased call volume for motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) within our community.
With that said, our members responded to a call for service yesterday evening for a MVA with injuries. Upon arrival, a vehicle involved was found to have airbag deployment and windshield spidering—indicative not only of a significant mechanism of injury, but also of possible head trauma.
As always, we urge everyone to use caution, remain vigilant, and stay safe when traveling. ... See MoreSee Less
You can chase the call to be a part of something great, or you can chase sunsets. Or, you can do both by joining Valhalla Ambulance Corps. 😏
Seriously though, we’re always recruiting! No experience needed. All training provided. Message us on Facebook or through our Instagram @ValhallaEMS. Or, head on over to www.valhallavac.org for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
As the week settles in, we would like to take a moment in recognition of National EMS Week.
Day after day, emergency medical services personnel are there to respond, support, and care for the needs of the communities they serve. And oftentimes, these professionals are volunteers who devote their time and care to medicine's front line.
This past year particularly has called for a greater level of care to contend with a global pandemic. And still, they've gone above and beyond the standard call for service, rising up to the additional layers of challenges. EMS personnel answered the call, day in and day out, out of unyielding support and commitment to our communities.
To our members at Valhalla Ambulance Corps—thank you for your ongoing dedication and for relentlessly continuing to serve our community. Your community.