For the record


Mason County EMS

Aug. 1 – Aug. 14, Mason County EMS was toned out a total of 237 times. Station 100 had 146 calls 61.6 percent, Station 200 had 46 calls 19.4 percent and Station 500 had 45 calls 19 percent, this includes transports, emergencies and all others. There were total of 206 calls; 97 transports and 109 emergencies, these included: 43 general medical, 6 abdominal pain, 8 altered mental status, 1 animal bite, 12 breathing problems, 2 cardiac arrest, 6 chest pains, 1 diabetic emergencies, 8 falls, 5 fractured body part, 1 hypertension, 7 overdose, 4 seizures, 2 stroke/CVA, 1 psych, 1 respiratory arrest. There were 97 transports which broke down into 9 ALS transports and 88 BLS transports. There were 43 calls which resulted in not taking a patient anywhere: 7 ALS assists, 1 BLS treatment, transported by ALS, 9 cancelled enroute, 5 no patient contact, 10 patients refused care, 9 treated then refused, 1 dead on scene not transport. 119 patients were transported to the area hospitals: these include transports as well as emergencies included 80 to PVH, 7 to HMC-G, 3 to HMC-P, 11to SMH, 16 to CHH, 1 OSU, 1Treated transported by Air Medical (Health Net). Transports out of facilities: 47 out of PVH, 2 out of CHH, 1 out of HMC-G, 1 out of OSU.

From Aug. 15-Aug. 31, Mason County EMS was toned out a total of 299 times. Station 100 had 174 calls 58.2 percent, Station 200 had 58 calls 19.4 percent and Station 500 had 67 calls 22.4 percent, this includes transports, emergencies and all others. There were total of 245 calls – 109 transports and 136 emergencies. This broke down into: 46 general medical, 6 abdominal pain, 7 altered mental status, 19 breathing problems, 2 cardiac arrest, 12 chest pains, 3 diabetic emergencies,13 falls, 1 fractured body part, 2 head injury, 2 hemorrhage/laceration, 2 hypotension, 2 hypertension, 8 overdose, 3 stroke/CVA, 1 childbirth, 6 psych. Transport breakdown was as follows: 6 ALS transports, 101 BLS transports, 3 C3IFT. There were 73 calls which resulted in not taking a patient anywhere: 4 ALS assists, 23 cancelled enroute, 5 no patient contact, 17 patients refused care, 22 treated then refused, 1 lifting assist. A total of 142 patients were transported to the area hospitals, these include transports as well as emergencies: 85 to PVH, 16 to HMC-G, 8 to HMC-P, 15 to SMH, 7 to CHH, 1 OSU, 1 treated transported by Air Medical (Health Net), 1 to Children’s Hospital in Columbus, 1 Kings Daughter, 1 CAMC Teays Valley, 1 Thomas Memorial Hospital, 1 HealthSouth Rehab in Huntington, 1 OSU East, 3 Jackson General. Transports out of facility 54 out of PVH, 2 out of CHH, 1 out of HMC-G.

Reports compiled by Karen Jones on behalf of Mason County EMS.

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