For the record


Staff Report



Mason County EMS

Mason County EMS was toned out a total of 262 times from Sept. 15 – 30. Station 100 had 151 calls (57.1 percent), Station 200 had 49 calls (18.7 percent) and Station 500 had 62 calls (23.7 percent), this includes transports, emergencies and all others.

There were a total of 213 calls, including 94 transports and 119 emergencies, with 36 general medical, 5 abdominal pain, 1 allergic reaction, 7 altered mental status, 1 burn, 21 breathing problems, 1 cardiac arrest, 12 chest pains, 2 diabetic emergencies, 12 falls, 3 fractured body part, 1 GI bleed, 1 head injury, 3 hemorrhage/laceration, 1 hypotension, 1 hypertension, 2 overdose, 1 pregnancy/child birth, 1 psy., 1 respiratory arrest, 1 stroke/CVA, 3 seizures, 1 tachycardia.

There were 94 transports with breakdowns as follows: 8 ALS transports, 83 BLS transports, 3 C3IFT. There were 66 calls which resulted in not taking a patient anywhere, including: 10 ALS assists, transported by ALS, 13 cancelled enroute, 4 no patient contact, 19 patients refused care, 12 treated then refused, 3 dead on scene not transport, 1 lifting assist to another EMS squad, 3 fire standbys. There were 126 patients transported to the area hospitals, these include transports as well as Emergencies to: 1 Children’s in Columbus, 2 CAMC, 78 to PVH, 12 to HMC-G, 5 to HMC-P, 13to SMH, 12 to CHH, 2 Putnam General, 1 Jackson General,1 treated transported by air medical.

Submitted by Karen Jones on behalf of Mason County EMS.

Staff Report