The Wyoming Department of Public Safety- Fire Bureau provides first response, Emergency Medical Technician level service to all priority medical calls made throughout the city of Wyoming. These calls are serviced primarily by two Quick Response Vehicles (QRV), Squad 73 located at Station #4 and Squad 75 located at Station #3. Together, partnering with private ambulance companies, we are able to quickly provide lifesaving medical care to those in need.
Car Seat Inspections
The Wyoming Department of Public Safety- Fire Bureau is proud to host the "Birth to Boosters Program" sponsored by Helen Devos Children's Hospital. Click here for information on how to receive a car seat inspection at NO COST to you!
EMS Continuing Education
The City of Wyoming understands that we must constantly evolve in order to continue providing quality services to a growing community. In July of 2016, through a partnership with Metro Health, the Fire Bureau was able to upgrade the department medical licensure level to Emergency Medical Technician. In doing so, we are able to provide more advanced medical interventions including the administration of several lifesaving medications. In order to stay compliant with medical license requirements, firefighters complete a minimum of 36 hours of continuing education per year. During each training session a combination of lectures, media demonstrations and practical drills are used to present different topics. For information on continuing education, call 616-249-3477 or email email@example.com.
Safe Haven For Newborns
January 1, 2001 the “Safe Delivery of Newborns” law became effective in Michigan. The law allows for desperate parents to surrender their newborn in a safe, legal and confidential way. Under the law, newborns may be brought to any hospital, police or fire station and surrendered to any on-duty staff member without penalty. Newborns may also be surrendered by calling 9-1-1 and meeting with EMS personnel. A toll-free, 24-hour telephone line has been established to provide information on services available to a prospective parent. The toll-free number is 1-866-733-7733 or visit the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services for more information.
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