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

Multi-Township EMS partners with North Webster EMS in Day of Caring

Hundreds of volunteers rolled up their sleeves Wednesday August 14th and made repairs to 81 homes in Kosciusko County during United Way of Kosciusko County Day Of Caring. Homes that received repairs were in Pierceton, North Webster, Syracuse, Milford, Cromwell

MTEMS Hosts Lutheran Air

LUTHERAN AIR HELICOPTER Stacey Page Online – Multi-Township EMS hosted Lutheran Air this evening for a meet and greet event to introduce the Lutheran Air staff. The meet and greet took place at MTEMS’ west base at North Detroit Street (SR

Grant Aims To Improve Heart Health

Multi-Township EMS is the recipient of a one-year Community Action Grant from the American Heart Association for 2013-14. The Community Action Grant initiative is designed to help achieve the American Heart Association’s mission: to build healthier lives, free from cardiovascular

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