The Kelsey Trail Health Region provides Ambulance Services to the entire
health region, from nine ambulance stations situated around the region.
Annually, EMS professionals from these nine stations respond to approximately
1600 emergency calls and provide 2500 transfers between hospitals. The Kelsey
Trail Health Region uses a combination of privately contracted and board owned
Ambulance bases are situated in these
- Carrot River – NorthEast Emergency Medical Services
- Hudson Bay - Kelsey Trail Emergency Medical Services
- Kelvington – Kelvington Ambulance Care Ltd.
- Melfort – Melfort Ambulance Care (1999) Ltd.
- Naicam - Quill Plains Ambulance Care (Naicam Division)
- Nipawin– NorthEast Emergency Medical Services
- Porcupine Plain - Kelsey Trail Emergency Medical Services
- Rose Valley - Shamrock Ambulance Care ( Rose Valley Division)
- Tisdale – Tisdale Ambulance Care Ltd.
Ambulance Services can be accessed by dialing 911 in an
Emergency or by dialing 310-5000 to book an ambulance for
First Responders are volunteers trained to provide basic life support, care
for patients and assist ambulance crews at an emergency scene. They may
include citizens of a community, police officers and/or firefighters.
There are currently 25 First Responder groups in the Kelsey Trail Health
Region. They serve the communities of Arborfield, Aylsham, Zenon Park, Carrot
River, Battle Heights, Tobin Lake, Choiceland, Smeaton, Snowden, Little Bear
Lake, Codette, White Fox, Red Earth, Shoal Lake, Brooksby, Yellow Creek, St.
Brieux, Archerwill, Barrier Valley, Greenwater Provincial Park, Marean Lake, St.
Front area, Bjorkdale, Lintlaw and Okla.
In addition, there are four ancillary First Responder groups in the region
that respondwith other community departments. They serve the communities of
Nipawin (with fire), Tisdale (with fire), Hudson Bay (with fire) and Porcupine
Plain (with Search & Rescue).
Interested in the Kelsey Trail Health Region First Responder program? Click
on the link below for information or to learn how to become a volunteer First
For more information on Emergency Medical Services
in the Kelsey Trail Health Region contact:
Pam McKay, Vice-President Integrated Health