Paramedic Dress to Impress Dinner
Saturday Sept 8 at 6pm
525 Legget Drive, Kanata
2nd Floor Newbridge Ballroom
$100/ticket - BUY HERE BEFORE WE ARE SOLD OUT
Deadline: August 31
Ottawa Paramedic Peer Support Unit
Please see the attached resource links for the Ottawa Paramedic Peer Support Unit.
Donna Duff Paramedic Scholarship Award
The Professional Paramedic Association of Ottawa will select finalist(s) for the Donna Duff Paramedic Scholarship Award Challenge. These the finalist(s) will be eligible
to receive a $1000 education bursary for paramedicine,
Ottawa Paramedic Year in Review
Check out the 2014 Ottawa Paramedic Year in Review!
On March 01, 2015, it was released to thousands of recipients across Ontario. We hope you enjoy our publication this year!
Paramedic Women's Community Conference
June 7, 2014
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
$40.00 (early bird)
$50.00 (at the door)
Guest Speakers -breakout sessions- lunch and refreshments.
8 hour CME credit approved by RPPEO
Ron Kolbus Centre
102 Greenview Ave
Ottawa, ON K2B 5Z6
Parking is available
Saturday night social location TBA!
10% of registration will be donated to charity.
Contact: Tracy Levesque
Paramedic Legal Protection
Professional Paramedic Association of Ottawa membership now includes Paramedic Legal Protection for Full Paramedic Members ($20/month) and Associate Members ($17/month). Your membership will include:
- Ontario Paramedic Association membership
- Paramedic Association of Canada Membership
- Canadian Paramedicine Magazine
- Paramedic Legal Protection
Please read this very important information to find out more.
Ottawa Paramedic Thomas Dunn Memorial
OPEN INVITE: Thomas Dunn Memorial
Memorial: Monday November 18 (1800hrs)
Ottawa Paramedic Headquarters
2465 Don Reid Drive
Ottawa, ON K1H 2E2
Ottawa Paramedics are grieving the loss of Paramedic Superintendent Thomas Dunn who passed away unexpectedly at the age of 70 on November 08th, 2013.
Paramedic Beats the Odds and Retires
Paramedic Donna Duff beats the odds and makes it to retirement with full pension.
Save Lives by Fixing Defibrillator Policy
35,000 to 40,000 Canadians die of sudden cardiac arrest every year, and defibrillators increase survival rates by up to 30 percent if used in the first few minutes.
“Many departments and agencies in the federal government recognize that defibrillators save lives, yet just as many do not."
Paramedics want this problem fixed so we can ensure all victims of cardiac arrest can receive immediate care as soon as 9-1-1 is dialed.
Paramedic Alumni Celebration
Saturday May 25, 2013 (1130-1400hrs)
Only 4% of paramedics make it to retirement. Celebrate those who achieved this rare honour. Sat May 25 1130-1400hrs @ http://www.ksrestaurant.ca
Nicaragua Mission - Progress in Paramedicine
A partnership program between Ontario Paramedics and Nicaragua to train and equip 360 Nicaraguans over a three year period to staff clinics in 90 villages with national 'first responders' who are capable of responding to the urgent care needs of their local community.