Responding from Star City Volunteer Fire Department: Assistant Chief Dakota Jones, Safety Officer John Hitchens, Firefighter Mitch Rusiecki, Firefighter Megan Simmons.
Cheat Lake Fire Department
Brookhaven Fire Department
Star City Fire Department
Granville Fire Department
Monongalia Co Sheriff’s Department
WV Department of Highways
WV Division of Natural Resources
Happy 4th of July from your friends at Star City Fire & EMS
Meet our Medical Director: Dr. Katie Hill. She spent her day with us, put the crews through some scenarios and provided lunch. Dr. Hill could have spent her day off doing anything she wanted, however, she spent it helping to make us better for the community we serve. Thank you Dr. Hill for all you do for us and the constant involvement you have with our organization. Yes, that’s her on a backboard. “Patient care first”
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Iaeger Vol. Fire Dept in McDowell County
Happy 157th birthday to the great State of West Virginia! It’s a great day to be a Mountaineer wherever you may be! MONTANI SEMPER LIBERI
Thank you Monongalia County for continuing to support your citizen volunteers!
5/20/2020: Star City Fire and EMS members were invited to attended “Drive-Thru Graduation” for the 5th Grade graduates of Suncrest Elementary School. We are honored to share this special day with these students as they celebrate a special milestone in their education. Congratulations and GOOD LUCK on this next step of your educational journey!
Happy EMS Week to all EMS providers and leadership, but a special shout out to the team of Star City Fire & EMS!
The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), in partnership with the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT), has announced this year’s EMS STRONG campaign theme: “Ready Today. Preparing for Tomorrow”. The annual EMS STRONG campaign provides opportunities to recognize the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) community, enhance and strengthen the profession on a national level, and celebrate National EMS Week, May 17-23, 2020.
The campaign brings together key organizations, media partners, and corporate sponsors that are committed to recognizing and fortifying the EMS community, commending recent groundbreaking accomplishments, and increasing awareness of National EMS Week.
“As we enter a new decade, we look ahead to the future of prehospital care. This future will include dramatic improvements in patient care, thanks to advances in research, information sharing, and lifechanging technology,” says William P. Jaquis, MD, FACEP, President of ACEP. “During National EMS Week, and throughout the year, we are proud to recognize EMS and fire professionals who tirelessly serve their communities and care for patients and their families every day.”