To all District Six EMS Providers From Vermont Office of EMS
Update on the Regional EMS Coordination Study The Regional meeting schedule concluded on October 30, 2023, with a virtual only Zoom meeting. Over the last two months the in person and virtual regional public meetings provided great discussions with a wide representation of our stakeholders. We heard from the public, municipal leaders, legislative representatives, various stakeholder groups, providers of all levels and EMS service leaders from across the state. Thank you to all who participated in the meetings or
met with the team from Emergency Management Matters (EMM) one on one and in focus groups. Surveys have been sent out to the heads of service and providers across the state. We want to hear from you. Please take a moment if you have not done so to complete the short survey. These need to be completed as soon as possible but no
later than November 10th, as we are working on a very short timeline.
Feedback, comments, and recommendations can still be submitted through the website at:
Next steps: Continued work with the Regional EMS Study Committee overthe next three weeks to identify and draft recommendations
to include in the Legislative report.
11/16/2023- Rough draft of the proposed Legislative report from the EMM team
11/21/23- Final draft of the Legislative report due from EMM
11/27/23- Final Regional Study Committee meeting
11/30/2023- Final Legislative report draft due from EMM
12/1/2023- Submission of the legislative report for internal review
Emergency Medical Services Website
Our website has been updated with more to come! Take a look at the new layout for the Vermont EMS Website: Emergency Medical Services | Vermont Department of Health (healthvermont. gov). Feedback, thoughts, and suggestions
can be emailed to email@example.com.
As a reminder, the study is specifically looking at the following topics and is guided by the Vermont Legislature. These must be submitted in a report that is completed by January.
a) Issues related to costs of service, cost-effectiveness of various current service models, and cost-effective alternative service models.
b) Existing funding models and identify long-term sustainable funding strategies.
c) Challenges and opportunities related to local and regional emergency response coordination.
d) EMS district structure, authority, duties, and the number of districts.
Congratulations for retired Chief Douglas Brent of Barre City Fire Department, Paramedic Louis Messier of Barre Town EMS / CVMC ED, and AEMT Daniel Keller for being recognized by 2023 Vermont EMS Awards!
Congrats to retired Chief Douglas Brent of Barre City Fire Department for being recognized for the 2023 Vermont EMS Lifetime Award!
Congrats to paramedic Louis Messier of Barre Town EMS and CVMC ED for being recognized for the 2023 Vermont EMS Lifetime Award!
Congrats to Dan Keller AEMT for being awarded the 2023 ALS Provider of the year.
Link to Vector below.
For protocol update Sign in and follow links to videos corresponding to your license level. Don't forget to finish and click done at the end of each video for credit.
If not finding updates, go to the RESOURCE KIT and complete 2023 updates for your licensing level.
Questions: Contact your service training officer.
Completed a unified PCS for interfacility transports. See PCS_Orders_D6_2019, (link below)
Requested - If possible, call from the field to advise ED that you sent an EKG strip from the field and they will look for it. See protocol: listed below in Recent downloads.
Animal First Aid course at 1800 on 2/1/24 at CVMC Conference Room 1. It will be conducted by Dr. Susan Kelly, DVM. Anybody with questions can reach out to Dr Stein
We offer various community outreach programs, including CPR and first aid training, community health assessments, and health screenings. Our goal is to promote health and wellness in the communities we serve.
Our medical transportation services provide non-emergency medical transportation to patients who require assistance getting to and from medical appointments. Our transportation services are available for individuals who are unable to travel on their own due to medical conditions or disabilities.
At VT EMS District #6, our mission is to provide efficient and compassionate emergency medical services to our community. We strive to deliver the highest quality care possible to those in need.
Our team consists of experienced and highly trained EMTs and paramedics who are dedicated to providing the best possible care to our patients. We are committed to ongoing education and training to ensure we stay up-to-date with the latest techniques and technologies.
At VT EMS District #6, we offer a wide range of emergency medical services including advanced life support, basic life support, and critical care transport. We are available 24/7 to respond to any emergency situation.
CVMC: 130 Fisher Road, Berlin, Vermont 05641, United States
Mailing address: VT EMS District 6, PO Box 01, Northfield Falls, VT 05664-0001
24/7 365 days a year your local EMS provides service to
Central Vermont and surrounding area.
In case of an emergency call 911