Murray City Fire Department to Participate in National Emergency Medical Services Week
May 21-27, 2017 has been designated as National Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Week. National EMS week honors the lifesaving care EMS providers offer nationwide, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. “EMS Strong: Always in Service”.
On Saturday May 27, the Department will host an open house at Ambulance Station #84 (192 East 5900 South) between the hours of 11:00 am and 2:00 pm. The public is invited to stop by and meet the proud members of the fire department team, take a tour of the station, and enjoy a free hamburger/hotdog lunch!
The members of the Murray City Fire Department are proud and excited to continue to provide the highest level of service and continue to build on life saving programs including 12 lead data field interpretation for heart attack victims, the latest resuscitation techniques for victims in full arrest, and management of difficult airways. Those persons needing the ambulance service experience the highest level of rapid response with emergency care and transportation.
EMS Week is an opportunity for the public to learn about injury prevention, safety awareness, and emergency preparedness.
The EMS professionals of the Murray City Fire Department, with the support of the Murray City Council and Mayor, stand ready to meet your emergency medical needs. “EMS Strong: Always in Service”.