Emergency Medical Services
The Goal of the Department is to Provide for the contained development of the comprehensive Public Safety and Emergency Medical Services System to advance the quality of care and transportation of the sick and/or Injured.
- We support the coordination and advancement of quality patient care and transport through consistent training and education of all employees.
- We strive for professionalism through teamwork, communication and dedication.
- We value and uphold all policies that allow us to provide Emergency Medical Services with respect to ethical, traditional and cultural values
- We serve with respect to Public Safety
If you have an emergency call: 360-276-4422
Tell the dispatcher:
- Location of the emergency: Address or other specific location
- Telephone number you are calling from
- What happened
- How many persons need help
- Condition of the victim(s)
- What is being done for victim(s)
- If you have a minor injury or illness that is not life-threatening and are unsure what to do, you can call the After Hours Roger Saux Health Center at 1-360-580-7659 to speak to a provider.
The Quinault Nation EMS department responds to 1000 plus calls a year
- Provide courtesy blood pressure checks upon request
- AHA CPR / First Aid / AED Training
- Community Health Fair Participation
- Standby for sporting events and other tribal events / functions
- Aid Booth during Chief Taholah Days
VOLUNTEERS ALWAYS NEEDED!
Volunteers Must have the following:
- Valid WA State Driver's License
- GED or High School Diploma
- At least 18 years of age
- Able to pass a background check and driving abstract
EMS Chief/Paramedic: Lisa Hall
Paramedic: Heather Worley
EMT - B: Tanya Schonchin
EMT-B: Danaye Christiansen
EMT-B: Michelle Nelson
EMT-B: Ezekiel Serrano
EMT-B: Kevin Hall
EMR: Sara Martin
EMR: Angela Keating-Washburn
Volunteer Driver: Gina Jackson Bryson
Volunteer Driver: Stacy Squeimphen
Volunteer Driver: Jeff Muhlhauser