STAT EMS a Nationally Accredited State of Michigan licensed Advanced Life Support ambulance transport service and Hurley Medical Center the Region’s only Level One Trauma Center partners with local communities to provide Rescue 9-1-1!
Rescue 9-1-1 is a FREE event and is geared for children 8 - 12 years of age. It is a fun hands-on learning program that gives children the knowledge, skills and confidence to protect themselves and react safely in emergency situations, well-being, bullying education, and wellness/nutrition.
Partners included in this years 2017 Rescue 911 are but not limited to; STAT EMS, Hurley Medical Center trauma nurses, UM Flint nursing, Clio and Fenton City Police, Fenton 911, Clio and Fenton City Fire Departments, Thetford Township Police, Office of Genesee County Sheriff, Office of Genesee County Sheriff Paramedics, CN Railroad, and Hurley Health and Wellness Nutrition,
Each child receives a free t-shirt, free lunch and a graduation certificate upon completion of the program.
Consideration for ages outside the program agenda may be considered. Please specify when calling or submitting your registration to STAT EMS.
* To be accepted in the Rescue 9-1-1- Program please be sure to complete the entire registration form below.
** In the comment section you must include your child's T-shirt size, number of children attending and complete name and age for each child.
|Picture above: Rescue 911 Kids, Hurley Trauma Nurses, STAT EMS, Fenton City Fire/Police/911, Office of Genesee County Sheriff, CN Railroad Police, Hurley Fitness and Wellness and UM Flint Nursing students at Bush Park, Fenton City.|
Rescue 9-1-1 locations for 2017
Location #1: Clio City Park, June 19, 2017 (Monday)
Location # 2: Bush Park, Fenton City June 21, 2017 (Wednesday)
Rescue 9-1-1 times (all locations):
8:30 a.m. registration begins. must be checked in by parent or guardian registered with STAT EMS.
9:00 a.m. program begins promptly
1:30 p.m. program ends - graduation