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Should you become involved with your community? Do you want to feel you and your family will be taken care of in an emergency? Then maybe this is the time to become involved in EMS.

The North Dakota Department of Health requires that any licensed ambulance service provide 24/7 availability, with at least two qualified personnel on duty for every ambulance call. With the increased traffic and population in our area, it is imperative to have a fully staffed ambulance service. We all want to know that our loved ones are being well cared for in an emergency. With fully trained community members, our goal is to give your loved ones the best care possible and to instill confidence in our services.

Becoming an EMT, EMR, or Driver is something YOU CAN DO!!!! Many people think the EMS is all about blood, gore, injuries, and death. While we do see those kinds of calls occasionally, the bulk of EMS calls are very routine, involving relatively minor injuries or illnesses. Having a fully trained staff truly does help all get through the really tough call, with great support and understanding. Many EMTís and EMRís started out just like you, wondering if they are going to be able to do this. They very quickly found out that they can. You will receive training that will not only give you the skills to help someone who may be having a really bad day, you will be instilled with such good feelings for what you have given to that person. Your training will help keep you calm in nearly any emergency situation.

The easiest way to become involved in EMS is to contact the Mohall Ambulance Service. You donít have to have any previous training, as we will help arrange for you to take classes, and help with tuition.

Kenmare Ambulance Service is starting an EMT class on Thursday, October 16th, 2014, so if you are interested in taking a class, contact Mohall Ambulance Service at 756-6183.

Your involvement in our communities is needed!!!!!!!

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