5,022

EMS Calls
As of 08/31/20

4,765

EMS Calls
As of 08/31/19

09/16/2020

OPEN BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
6:30 pm
This is a ZOOM Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6721861060
1-312-626-6799
Meeting ID:672 186 1060

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It's #NationalVoterRegistrationDay, and the first day you can cast your absentee ballot in Missouri!

If you are not yet registered to vote, click this link: lincolncountymoclerk.gov/register-to-vote/
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Its #NationalVoterRegistrationDay, and the first day you can cast your absentee ballot in Missouri! 

If you are not yet registered to vote, click this link: https://lincolncountymoclerk.gov/register-to-vote/

Welcome back to Lincoln County Ambulance District #MeetTheCrewMonday!

This week, meet B shift Battalion Chief, Mike.

Mike has been employed at LCAD for 24 years. When Mike isn’t at work you can find him with his family or out feeling the wind on his face riding his Harley!

Mike has a very important role at LCAD, Mike is not only a paramedic but Mike is in the position of Battalion Chief. LCAD has 1 Battalion Chief on duty per shift and they are stationed in Troy. The Battalion Chief on duty responds to calls in a supervisory role for medical assistance to the crew and also for scene safety. On the occasion that LCAD goes “code zero” with no ambulances available- from being on other calls, the Battalion Chief responds and renders medical care until an ambulance is able to arrive. Battalion Chiefs also handle logistics such as supply and fleet management. Mike not only does the above, but also does the scheduling at LCAD to ensure that LCAD has fully staffed ambulance crews for the county.

Remember to follow us on Instagram @lincolncountyems
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Welcome back to Lincoln County Ambulance District #MeetTheCrewMonday! 

This week, meet B shift Battalion Chief, Mike. 

Mike has been employed at LCAD for 24 years. When Mike isn’t at work you can find him with his family or out feeling the wind on his face riding his Harley! 

Mike has a very important role at LCAD, Mike is not only a paramedic but Mike is in the position of Battalion Chief. LCAD has 1 Battalion Chief on duty per shift and they are stationed in Troy. The Battalion Chief on duty responds to calls in a supervisory role for medical assistance to the crew and also for scene safety. On the occasion that LCAD goes “code zero” with no ambulances available- from being on other calls, the Battalion Chief responds and renders medical care until an ambulance is able to arrive. Battalion Chiefs also handle logistics such as supply and fleet management. Mike not only does the above, but also does the scheduling at LCAD to ensure that LCAD has fully staffed ambulance crews for the county. 

Remember to follow us on Instagram @lincolncountyems

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Hi Mike Quattrocchi

Great medic! Thank you for all you do Mike!

Congratulations Mike Quattrocchi! You're a one of a kind "Damn good guy" thank you for your service.

Q is an exemplary guy and a great medic! Viable asset to our county.

Known him all my life, no better person to be in this position

He's picked me up a couple times.

Great man an thank you for your service to our community please stay safe my friend

Awww Mikes one of my favorite people. Hello Mike

What a great guy, lucky to him!

Looking good, Chief. Fun memories working with you!

Luck to this young man!!!

Miss you buddy! Looking good!

Looking Sharp Kahuna !!!!

Looking good Mike Quattrocchi. Such a good looking guy.

Thank you for your service

A marvelous man. 🙏❤

Thank you Mike for all you do.

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Chief Antonacci presents Dr. A. Genteman with a service plaque for 8 years of dedicated Medical Control for Lincoln County Ambulance District. Also pictured is Dr. Genteman passing the torch to Dr. Phil Moy of Washington University. Dr. Moy is the new Medical Director. Thank you Dr. G for your service to our community. ... See MoreSee Less

Chief Antonacci presents Dr. A. Genteman with a service plaque for 8 years of dedicated Medical Control for Lincoln County Ambulance District. Also pictured is Dr. Genteman passing the torch to Dr. Phil Moy of Washington University. Dr. Moy is the new Medical Director.  Thank you Dr. G for your service to our community.Image attachment

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These 2 measures are absolutely necessary. If you have ever needed their services, think about it, would you want them responding with one hand tied behind their back. Let's stand up and support the great people who provide services to us!

Have any signs for the yard? If so I will gladly put one in my yard.

LCAD had so much fun at Old Threshers this weekend!

#weloveourcommunity
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LCAD had so much fun at Old Threshers this weekend! 

#WeLoveOurCommunity
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SPECIAL NEEDS TRACKING AND AWARENESS RESPONSE SYSTEM

S.T.A.R.S

The ambulance district has joined several others in the St. Louis area that have started a new program called S.T.A.R.S. — Special Need Tracking and Awareness Response System.

The program is for special needs patents especially under the age of 18 and allows the district to be aware of any medical conditions it may encounter when responding to an emergency call.

The S.T.A.R.S. program was founded a few years ago by Shelby Cox, EMS liaison for Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, and Tricia Casey, a paramedic with Rock Township Ambulance District. Once our district attended a meeting and learned more about the program, our administrators and paramedics agreed it would be beneficial to local families.

To learn more information about the S.T.A.R.S. Program, contact Battalion Chief Janet Norton, Lincoln County Ambulance District STARS Coordinator, at 636-528-8488  ext. 306 or stars@lcad.net or fill out the form below and we will contact you.

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The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery. It is a safe haven for members to talk with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges.

https://www.iaffrecoverycenter.com

We Do More Than Save Lives!

Lincoln County Ambulance District Paramedics and EMTs have formed their own 501 (c)3 charitable organization called the Lincoln County EMS Community Outreach.

The purpose of the Community Outreach is to foster a relationship with our community that goes beyond illness and trauma.  We are here as a not for profit resource of volunteers in your community helping  to improve lives through service and support of local businesses and charities.

Visit our Facebook page to see some of the projects we have been involved in.