Our ​Providers

Superior EMS is proud to provide comprehensive emergency patient care at community events by highly skilled and qualified staff. Every event is staffed with a minimum of one paramedic, and additional support staff are assigned based on the events specific needs. Each of our providers carry a specific skill set to provide the most comprehensive level of care to your event patrons. Below outlines the various levels of care our staff can provide:

Emergency Medical Responder

The EMR has completed an extensive emergency medical responder program allowing them to provide emergency care, CPR, immobilizing, oxygen, cardiac monitoring, as well as use of an AED.

In addition our EMRs are qualified to administer emergency drugs including:

  • Epinephrine
  • Oral Glucose
  • Oral Benadryl
  • Oral Gravol
  • Ventolin
  • Aspirin
  • Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen

Firefighter / EMR

Our Firefighters are experienced qualified firefighers as well as EMRs who have completed an extensive emergency medical responder program allowing them to provide emergency care, CPR, immobilizing, oxygen, as well as use of an AED.

In addition our Firefighters/EMRS are qualified to administer emergency drugs including:
  • Epinephrine
  • Oral Glucose
  • Oral Benadryl
  • Oral Gravol
  • Ventolin
  • Aspirin
  • Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen

Superior EMS Fire/EMR crews provide fire/rescue services at a number of events where there are high risk situations.

Primary Care​ Paramedic

Our paramedics are graduates of a 2 year college paramedic program in Ontario and are A-EMCA certified They are able to provide a vast array of interventions including emergency care, CPR, immobilization and extrication, use of oxygen, use of cardiac monitoring, defibrillation and more.

In Addition our paramedics are qualified to administer emergency drugs including:
  • Epinephrine
  • IV Dextrose (D50W)
  • Oral Glucose
  • Ventolin
  • Aspirin and Nitroglycerine
  • Oral and Injectable Benadryl
  • Oral and Injectable Gravol
  • Injectable Toradol for Pain
  • Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen
  • Naloxone for Opioid Overdose
  • Morphine

Advanced Care​ Paramedic

Our advanced life support paramedics meet the same standards as PCPs, and have additional education and training to perform a number of advanced procedures including needle decompressions, intubation, advanced cardiac life support, manual defibrillation, cardiac pacing, cardioversion, and have a more extensive drug list they can provide.

Commander of EMS Operations

Commander​ of Fire/Rescue

The commander of EMS Operations is responsible for the management and supervision of the EMS division. The commander works directly with event organizers to coordinate medical coverage, and directly supervises and manages the EMS crews. The commander of EMS works directly with the commander of fire/rescue to ensure that proper safety coverage is provided at community events. 

The Commander-Fire/Rescue is responsible for the management and supervision of our fire/rescue operations. The Commander works directly with the event organizers and the Commander of EMS operations to provide comprehensive risk analysis, and planning of fire/rescue coverage for the events to ensure your event participants and spectators are provided with the best quality fire/rescue services possible.


Commander of Auxiliary and Communications

The commander of Auxiliary and Communications is responsible for our volunteer operations, including training, development and scheduling. Additionally the commander is responsible for our radio communications, dispatch and emergency operations centre. 


Deputy Chief of Operations

Deputy Chief of Professional Standards and Special Operations

The deputy chief of operations is responsible for the management and supervision of the commanders who operate the event services division. The deputy chief works directly with the event organizers to provide comprehensive risk analysis, and planning of medical coverage for the events to ensure your event participants and spectators are provided with the best quality of care possible.



The Deputy Chief is responsible for specific programs within the company including the rapid response unit, transfer division and is responsible for staff training and development, continuous quality improvement and direct supervision of crews at events. The staff officer also takes the lead in major emergencies.



Chief

The Chief of EMS Operations is responsible for the administration and operation of our event medical services. This also includes the medical direction for controlled acts that our staff can provide at community events.




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