Saturday, November 01, 2014

Tri-Hospital EMS


A Cooperative Service of Port Huron Hospital, St. Joseph 
Mercy Hospital, and St. John River District Hospital



Tri-Hospital EMS is a Non Profit Provider that has proudly serviced the St. Clair County Area for over twenty five years.  Accredited since 1996, with 100% approval rating by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS), Tri-Hospital EMS is a name associated with the quality you would expect from your Medical Transportation System.

LIST OF SERVICES

Ambulance Transportation
24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • Emergent
  • Non Urgent
  • Specialty Care Transport (SCT)
Tri-Hospital EMS provides emergent and non emergent ambulance transportation and is an owner/member of Mobile Health Resources, LLC, a network of ambulance companies created to provide medically-related transportation and other large purchasers in Michigan.

Assisted Transportation
Door-to-Door Transport Monday through Friday 7am – 6pm Saturdays 10am – 4pm
  • Ambulatory
  • Wheelchair
Tri-Hospital EMS also offers Assisted Transportation, an ambulatory and wheelchair accessible service that allows you and your loved ones mobility that is dependable and secure. Our CPR Certified Staff provide door-to-door service for rehabilitation appointments, outpatient testing, physician appointments, or visits with family or friends. Assisted Transportation Services are available in and around the St. Clair County area.

Education Services
  • Community Programs (CPR and First Aid)
  • Professional Programs (Medical First Responder, EMT and Paramedic, as well as enhancement programs)
  • Continuing Education (Licensing requirements for EMS Professional including for IC's and AHA providers)
Tri-Hospital EMS also offers Education Services for any community member, group or organization interested in CPR, First Aid or the use of the AED, as well as to those individuals wishing to make EMS a career. Tri-Hospital EMS is proud to acknowledge that many of our current employees have started or advanced their training with our Education Services.

One of our newest educational components is that of the Critical Care Paramedic. This education experience, as well as the addition of state of the art equipment with advanced technology, is just one more step Tri-Hospital EMS is taking to ensure the community receives the best possible care.

Call Center - Physician / Health Care Answering Service
  • After hours services
  • Switchboard Services
  • Voicemail
  • Paging
  • Physician Referral
  • Classroom / Event Registration

Services by Med-Connection, a division of Tri-Hospital EMS.

Med-Connection offers 24 hour a day communication for Physicians and other Healthcare Professionals, their clients, patients or staff.  A protocol based system that works for you, offering services in a fashion that best meets the needs of your practice or agency.  Our compassionate and skilled staff will assist your customers, patients and their families with their after hour needs.

IN AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE DIAL 911

What to do in an Emergency

Stay Calm:  Keeping calm is not only reassuring to the person who is sick or injured, but can help you in taking appropriate steps to initiate emergency care.
Call 911:  If someone else is with you, send them to call 911. When possible, please have the following information available at the time of the call.

  • The address or location of the injured person
  • A call back number
  • A brief description of the injuries or illness
  • How many people are injured

If the person is not breathing, and/or has no pulse, a 911 dispatcher may be able to walk you through Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) by relaying instructions over the phone until help can arrive.

If the patient is injured in a car accident and there is no immediate danger, such as smoke or fire from the vehicle*, do not remove the patient from the vehicle. Excessive unnecessary movement can cause additional injuries for the patient.

* If there are downed wires on or across the vehicle, do not approach the vehicle and do not encourage the person to get out. Call 911 and advise the dispatcher of the situation.

Do You Know your ABCs?

  A is for Airway  
  B is for Breathing  
  C is for Circulation  

To learn more about how to treat an injury or illness related to the ABCs,
visit our Education and Training page for more information
or contact our Education Department.


 

Upcoming Classes

Locations