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EMS/Life Flight Services - Ground Ambulance Region

Ground Ambulance Service Regions

Town of High Level

Aeromedical Emergency Services has serviced the Town of High Level with quality ground EMS services for over 20 years. All residences within the town's jurisdiction will have either Basic Life Support (BLS), or Advanced Life Support (ALS) based on the determinant sequestered by the E-911 system. Crews provide 24/7 EMS services to the town, and will often utilize the High Level Fire Department for additional manpower when required. Patients are then transported to the Northwest Health Centre on the West side of town.

First Nations Settlements & Reserves

Aeromedical Emergency Services is also the exclusive ground and air ambulance provider to the Local First Nations Reserves and Settlements. Places like Meander River, Bushie River, North / South Tall Cree, Eleskie Shrine, Rocky Lane, and Assumption are primarily serviced by BLS ground response teams. On occasion, in MCI situations, helicopters have also be utilized to help the transportation process. Locations like John D'Or, Fox Lake, and Garden River are primarily serviced by rescue air ambulances, but on occasion, when air strips are unusable due to strip conditions, weather, or aircraft availability, ground crews have had to answer to the call through a grueling trip on dirt roads to help evacuate patients. Luckily, for these situations, 4X4 Type 1 ambulances are utilized to help get from point A to point B. Click here to view the First Nations response areas.

Mutual Aid Services

Aeromedical Emergency Services works collaboratively with other local EMS agencies like Peace Country Health, and the Municipal District of Mackenzie MD 23 in providing emergent care and Advanced Life Support to the outlying rural communities. These rural areas are primarily serviced by the MD 23 Basic Life Support (BLS) teams, but on occasion, when there are multiple patients, which is often seen in motor vehicle accidents, or when patients require skills beyond the BLS level, then Aeromedical is dispatched. We welcome the relations between these agencies, as the common goal is always patient care.

Industrial Ambulance Rendezvous

Aeromedical Emergency Services also provides ground ambulance support for it's own industrial ambulance service, as well as for other industrial EMS contractors. When incidents occur out on a lease site, the on site EMT, or paramedic makes arrangements for a access road or highway meet with AES will occur. This way, the industrial ambulance can go back to it's primary role of being available on site. The patient is then transported to the nearest hospital facility by either BLS or ALS teams.