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New technology used by Tri-State Ambulance allows managers and quality assurance staff to “play back” the entire system minute by minute. The link below shows a sample of this technology from Memorial Day weekend 2012. The playback period is 12 … Continue reading
Beginning May 1st, four Tri-State Ambulance Paramedics will provide medical support for the 1700-mile, 26 day, relay to remember and celebrate our American heroes this Memorial Day. Beginning in West Point, NY and ending in Dallas, TX, this event will … Continue reading
Tri-State Ambulance, Gundersen Lutheran MedLink Air and Air Methods are proud to announce Transport Safety Day 2012, to be held at the Gundersen Lutheran Overholt Auditorium on May 16th, beginning at 8:30AM. National safety advocates Nadine Levick, MD and Flight … Continue reading
Management of Cardiac Arrest: A System Approach will be presented to members of the greater Coulee Region EMS system on April 11th at 7:00PM in the Overholt Auditorium on the Gundersen Lutheran main campus. The training is open to First … Continue reading
Tri-State Ambulance is proud to announce the release of its 2011 Community Report. Highlights this year include continued clinical and operational accomplishments, additional expansion of technology, safety, and community service programs, and acquisition of our new Regional Operations and Communications … Continue reading
Tri-State Ambulance assists the La Crosse Fire Department as they work diligently over twelve hours on the Jay Street structure fire in downtown La Crosse. See news report from WXOW.
Tri-State Ambulance adds two new vehicles increasing safety and reducing cost. See news reports from WKBT and WXOW.
On May 22nd an EF1-EF2 tornado struck the south side of La Crosse causing widespread damage along its path. Fortunately for residents, the storm caused few minor injuries and no deaths. Tri-State Ambulance responded with 13 ambulances, multiple supervisors and … Continue reading
In an effort to assure victims of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest have the best chance at survival, Tri-State Ambulance has donated $500 to the West Salem Police Department’s AED fund. The department hopes to raise enough money to place an AED in each of its squad cars. Continue reading