Robert Cummings today met the six paramedics who helped resuscitate him after he suffered a sudden cardiac arrest in August. The reunion took place at 43 Station, 126 Pape Ave., at the station’s official reopening after a significant refurbishment. “Our city’s first responders are true civic heroes, and I am proud to be here today with our community’s paramedics at … Read More
Paramedics and members of the Toronto Paramedic Services’ Safe City team demonstrated cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) to members of the public and City staff members today at Toronto City Hall. The event was part of Toronto Paramedic Services’ 2016 Heart Month activities. “Toronto Paramedic Services’ Safe City Program places public access defibrillators … Read More
This December, you have the power to “Wrap It Up Red” and Give Life Toronto Paramedic Services and Toronto Fire Services Blood Donor Clinic 4330 Dufferin Street Wednesday, December 2, 2015 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm To a hospital patient and their family, there is no better gift. Give a gift that can’t be bought. Give Life. This December, more than … Read More
Newstalk 1010’s Richie Favalaro recently interviewed Chief Paul Raftis of Toronto Paramedic Services. In their discussion, Richie asked Chief Raftis when is the right time to call 911 for the paramedics. The chief explained that Toronto Paramedics and emergency medical dispatchers are some of the best in the business. They are highly skilled and educated medical professionals. Residents should “Always … Read More
Newstalk 1010’s Teri Hart recently interviewed Chief Paul Raftis of Toronto Paramedic Services. In their discussion, Teri queried Chief Raftis about the people who make up Toronto Paramedic Services, the organization’s rich history and making the Right Call to receive the most appropriate medical assistance. Chief Raftis describes the men and women of the Toronto Paramedic Services as “highly skilled … Read More
As part of the community outreach and public education activities during Toronto Paramedic Services Week, May 23-31, Toronto paramedics showed 50 Grade 7 and 8 students at Edgewood Public School in Scarborough how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) and conducted hands-on demonstrations of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) using training mannequins.
To kick off Paramedic Services Week in Toronto, interested residents can take a look behind the scenes of the services Toronto paramedics provide to the community. Join Toronto paramedics Ornella Guizzo and Kevin Sam as they help patients by following the Toronto Paramedic Services’ Toronto Medics Twitter account on May 26 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Photos and comments will … Read More
As mentioned in the Breakfast Television interview with Community Paramedic Debbie Wicks, 31 March 2015, Toronto Paramedics Services recommends the webpage “Services for Seniors in Toronto” for vulnerable seniors and their caregivers with information about services that can help them to maintain their independence and remain in their homes.
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