Category: One Heart

Washington Stem Academy Student Saves Grandmother’s Life

Sunday afternoon Feb. 22, was a normal day for Lori Davila until her grandmother started choking and couldn’t breathe. Lori’s grandmother came out of her room to where Lori was with her mother. Lori’s mother stated that “she did not

New CPR Training Trailer In Service!

Multi-Township EMS is pleased to announce the placement a CPR Training Trailer into service. Months of close collaboration between Kerlin Motors and the K21 Health Foundation made this project possible. Kerlin Motors donated a trailer to transport and store CPR

Bourbon officers recognized for saving lives

Officers put their lives on the line everyday to save others. Three Bourbon police officers answered the call in a big way. They were recognized for their quick thinking at a Bourbon Town Hall meeting, Tuesday evening. The officers say

Kerlin Motors Donates Trailer

Rick Kerlin of Kerlin Motors met with Scott Sigerfoos, Director and Tony Doyle, PIER Director from Multi-Township EMS to donate a cargo trailer. The trailer will be used to store and transport CPR training equipment that was donated by the

K 21 Foundation awards Multi-Township EMS Grant for CPR training

K 21 Foundation awards Multi-Township EMS Grant for CPR training.  January 2013 Multi-Township EMS developed the One Heart “Hands Helping Hearts” Program.  This program is designed to improve sudden cardiac arrest survival in Kosciusko County. The One Heart Program set

Learn Lifesaving “Hands Only” CPR at the Kosciusko County 4 H fair.

Multi-Township EMS is offering lessons on how to perform “Hands Only” CPR at the Kosciusko County 4 H Fair July 8th-13th from 3:00-9:00pm. Multi-Township EMS has developed the One Heart “Hands Helping Hearts” Program to teach bystanders CPR.  The goal

EMS Week & One Heart Program Kickoff

May 20, 2013 May 19-25 is National Emergency Medical Services Week. We recognize the tremendous role that EMS practitioners make to improve health in communities across the county. The around-the-clock dedication to providing emergency care is evident with one statistic: MTEMS

KCH Donates to EMS

KCH recently donated $3,500 to Multi-Township EMS to sponsor the purchase of 1,000 ‘Friends and Family Adult/Child CPR Anytime’ kits. Multi-Township EMS started ‘One Heart Program’ to focus on the importance of learning cardiopulmonary resuscitation and providing educational tools for