In This Issue: San Juan County Public Hospital District No. 1 Updates Get to Know the Hospital District Commissioners Combined Management Update: Village at the Harbor and EMS Bi-Annual Report: PeaceHealth Peace Island Medical Center Heart of the Harbor Respite Stays Available New Concierge Program Kick-OffAn Interview with Carol Breeden Lights & Sirens Introducing Margaret…
To date, PIMC has treated and serviced 133,203 clinic patients, 35,817 emergency department patients, performs 380,174 lab tests, and provided over 72,425 appointments or procedures in specialty areas.
Lainey Volk was nominated and chosen for the 2022 EMS World/Dynarex EMS Caring Award
In This Issue: Heart of the Harbor Management UpdateVillage at the Harbor is Hiring!Polly’s Story Lights & Sirens San Juan Island EMS Welcomes New Assistant Chief of Training and Operations, T. J. BishopAED Checkups Available to the General Public
San Juan Island EMS is proud to announce that Margaret Longley graduated from paramedic school at Medic One, located in Seattle, WA, on July 9th, 2022.
In this Issue: Heart of the Harbor Introducing Village at the Harbor, From the Board of Commissioners Introducing Village Administration, Evan Perrollaz and Tina SmithRibbon Cutting Ceremony Village Operations Report Interested in an Apartment at Village at the Harbor? Lights & Sirens Update from the Administrator2022 EMT Class Graduation Community Paramedicine Update to the PublicCPR…
San Juan Island EMS would like to officially welcome our new Assistant Chief of Training and Operations, T.J. Bishop! We feel incredibly lucky to have Chief Bishop.
On April 11th, 2022, the Village at the Harbor hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate their sale to San Juan County Public Hospital District No.1.
2021 was a landmark year for Community Paramedicine and Outreach at San Juan Island EMS. The most significant change was hiring a new Community Paramedicine and Outreach EMT, Ryder Cuddington, to assist Director Lainey Volk.
San Juan County Public Hospital District #1 received a clean bill of health from our financial audit for fiscal year of 2020.
In the recent February election, San Juan Island EMS won 66% voter approval for the renewal of their 6-year levy to support emergency response services.
When someone calls 911, they expect the reason they’re calling to be taken seriously, and for first responders to arrive without delay. In 2021, San Juan Island EMS responded to 1,084 calls, all of which were handled efficiently and promptly.