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Thanks to all who joined us at this year’s Lifesavers Gala! We are overwhelmed by everyone’s generosity, and overjoyed to announce that the incoming class of 24 Medic One paramedics is fully funded! Thank you for supporting our region’s firefighters and paramedics! Enjoy more photos from the event: http://www.rwphotography.biz/p1017940118
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Vote for Team K9 Crew! Help their team win this year's Hotshot Crew Challenge! #HotshotCrew2017 Kirkland Firefighters KCFD #44 (Mountain View Fire & Rescue / Black Diamond Fire Dept) "The K9 Crew, along with our friends at the Black Diamond and Kirkland Firehouses, are excited to ask for your vote! With our help, and your votes, Medic One paramedics will continue to be the best-trained medics in the world and the funds raised in the Hotshot Crew Challenge will help keep them all trained at levels that far surpass the national and global level!" "Visit hotshotcrew.org to vote for the K9 Crew and donate $10 to show your support for our local firefighters and paramedics! Thank you to the Firefighters and Medics from Kirkland and Black Diamond for your support and for allowing us to snap some amazing photos!"
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Sharon Howell
· December 8, 2016
Medic One has provided a wonderful service to the residents of Emerald Heights. Thank you for all that you do for all of us.
Gary McNicholas
· July 1, 2016
Medic One program is excellent. I will want to be a firefighter paramedic at Bellevue FD or Seattle FD when I get back into the fire service as a firefighter and remain a firefighter for 3 years befor...e I switch the position to be a firefighter paramedic and remain the firefighter paramedic until I retire. See More
Skip Boylan
· November 12, 2015
The best decision I ever made in my career was to become a Medic One Paramedic. My only regret is that I didn't do it sooner.
Steve Baer
· October 12, 2016
Medic One is class act organization, recognized around the world.
John Yang
· January 10, 2016
Just wanna give Big Thanks to the Yuba County Fire Dept. & E.M.T. Paramedics for always getting here on time when we need you guys.
Hans Gonzales
· December 10, 2013
the words" to go above and beyond the call of duty" says it all
Tiesha Hahn-Stiles
February 11, 2013
Feb 11 7-9 PM, Mercer View Community and Event Center - Speaker meeting with Jim Duren, King County Public Health, Emergency Medical Services.
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We honor the life and service of Bellevue (WA) Fire Department Captain Jeanette Woldseth, Washington state's first career female firefighter. Thank you for paving the way for so many women who have and will choose to serve their communities as firefighters.

BELLEVUE, Wash. - Washington state's first career female firefighter has died of complications from cancer at the age of 64, the Bellevue Fire Department announced Wednesday.Jeanette Woldseth, a retired fire captain with the department who became a profess
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On February 16, 1968, the first 911 call was made. Fifty years later, 911 technology and protocols continue to evolve. Our deepest thanks to the 911 dispatchers who help save countless lives every day. NORCOM 911, Valley Communications Center, Seattle Fire Alarm Center, Seattle Police Department 911 Center

It was 50 years ago this month that the first 911 call was made, creating a system that would forever change the way emergency communications was devised.
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Everett Fire Department firefighters and paramedics reunite with the young girls they saved from the apartment fire in late January.

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Our firefighters and paramedics had the opportunity to reunite with the twin 3yo girls and their family from the Olin Fields fire. We truly have great people th...at work in our department, this fire exemplified who they are and why they do what they do. We are so happy to see these young ladies doing so well, they hold a special place in our hearts. We love the special keepsake thank you notes!

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Emerald Heights residents participated in a 4-hour long CPR/AED and First Aid training class where they learned how to prepare for natural disasters, bandage wounds, respond to breathing emergencies, and more. Our deepest thanks to the trainers from the Northwest Medical Training Group and the firefighters and paramedics from the Redmond Fire Department who volunteered their time to teach this course. #CPRSavesLives Redmond IAFF Local 2829

Great article featuring the Everett Fire Department firefighters and paramedics who saved two young girls at an apartment fire in late January. Thank you for your incredible service and dedication!

Our Everett Firefighters and paramedics had the opportunity to share their stories with the Everett Herald, recounting the rescue of twin 3yo girls at the Olin ...Fields Apartment fire. It takes a special character to do the work they do, this particular call exemplifies why they do the work they do. They make us proud! #CommunityFirst #Firefighters #Paramedics #EMTs #ThankYou

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The girls were covered in soot and difficult to find in a burning apartment darkened by heavy smoke.
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Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue - Official Site added 6 new photos.

Our new mini rigs are ready to roll on calls at Silverdale Safeway and Bremerton Fred Meyer. Thank you to both stores for your support and to everyone who came by to say hi to us today.
(as you can see the crews were very helpful as AO Whitish applied the decals 😆)

The deadline for EMS Equipment and Research grant applications has been extended to February 28, 2018. Visit our website or call our office at (425) 625-2137 to learn more!

It’s a fact: Medic One, Seattle and King County’s pre-hospital emergency care system, sets the standard for lifesaving excellence in the U.S. and worldwide. The Medic One Foundation is a major reason why. Keep the beat alive: Learn CPR now!
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The deadline for EMS Equipment and Research grant applications is February 15, 2018. Please visit our website to learn more!

It’s a fact: Medic One, Seattle and King County’s pre-hospital emergency care system, sets the standard for lifesaving excellence in the U.S. and worldwide. The Medic One Foundation is a major reason why. Keep the beat alive: Learn CPR now!
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The Gig Harbor community rally behind their fire department as the number of 911 calls continue to increase.

The rapid growth of Gig Harbor has meant an expansion in available emergency services
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Great article about the Paramedic Training Mega Code Drill at the Bainbridge Island Fire Department! #PMTClass44

There were 48 heart attacks on Bainbridge Island last Saturday — and all in the same location.
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Last week, paramedic students participated in their first Trauma Drill, working alongside Seattle Fire Department firefighters/EMTs. Students assessed, treated, and transported patients suffering from gunshot wounds, falls, and more. Thank you, Seattle Fire Department, for hosting the drill! #PMTClass44

Last Saturday, paramedic students participated in the Mega Code Drill at the Bainbridge Island Fire Department. Students were challenged with complex medical scenarios involving patients in cardiac arrest. The patients were assessed, treated, and then transported to a mock-hospital where the students received feedback from physicians and senior paramedics. Thank you, Bainbridge Island Fire Department, for hosting the drill! #PMTClass44

Tomorrow is Paramedic Training's annual Mega Code Drill. Stay tuned for behind-the-scenes photos and videos! #PMTClass44

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A father and mother from Port Orchard helped save their young son’s life, performing CPR when they found him unresponsive in their home. Emergency responders from South Kitsap Fire & Rescue arrived moments later. We are so pleased to read that the family is doing well! #CPRSavesLives

PORT ORCHARD, Wash. - A Port Orchard mom, who was trained in CPR, saved her son's life during an emergency in November, and now she's on a mission to get other people certified.The most terrifying thing I've ever done was CPR on my 4-year-old, said Stephan
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Last Friday, paramedic students participated in the Sick/Not Sick training drill. They were challenged with dozens of scenarios where they had to determine the severity of a patient’s illness, and whether or not they required immediate care and transport to the emergency room. Quick decision-making is one of the most critical skills for paramedics to master. Thank you, Shoreline Fire Department, for hosting the drill. #PMTClass44 Bellevue (WA) Fire Department King County Medic One Arlington WA Fire Dept East Jefferson Fire Rescue Snohomish County Fire District #1 Everett Fire Department Marysville Fire District