Medavie Health Services (MHS) West is pleased to announce that Lifeline Ambulance Service Inc., known as Moose Jaw & District EMS, will join its family of companies, while continuing to best support the needs of patients in Moose Jaw, the town of Central Butte and surrounding communities.
“Our team at Moose Jaw & District EMS prides itself on delivering a high standard of quality care and best serving the needs of the people in our communities,” says Kyle Sereda, Chief, Moose Jaw & District EMS. “With a mission to improve the wellbeing of Canadians, MHS West shares in our commitments and provides our service with an important opportunity to build on our well-established programs and services, while looking at new ways to provide care to people in their homes.”
Moose Jaw & District EMS will continue to serve the community while becoming known as MHS West – Moose Jaw. The team currently responds to 5,000 calls annually, delivering a tiered response of Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support service delivery in both urban and rural environments through standby and on-site deployment. Kyle Sereda will remain in his role as Chief and Angela Sereda, the current Deputy Chief, will transition to a new role as Manager, Mobile Integrated Health.
“At MHS West, we are committed to providing innovative health solutions that serve to meet the needs of our patients and communities,” says Gerald Schriemer, Chief Operating Officer, Medavie Health Services West. “We look forward to welcoming the team from Moose Jaw & District EMS to our family of companies. As well, working collaboratively with everyone on-the-ground to build on the many successes achieved to date, while evolving and enhancing service deliveries into the future.”