This Is the story of a dedicated CCEMS volunteer who, after retiring from the oil and gas industry, became a Non-Medical Driver and is now an EMT.
When medics reside in the territory in which they work, they expect to get called to emergencies of an acquaintance. But to hear your own address is surreal. For Cypress Creek EMS 911 dispatcher Michael Parker, this became a reality……
Cypress Creek EMS is proud to have participated in H-E-B’s statewide Read-In for Children at the H-E-B at 7310 Louetta at Steubner Airline. Medic Amber Reese read to a group of children from Kids R Kids Champions and then gave them a tour of her ambulance.
The Cypress Creek Tactical Medic Team assists the regional coalition of Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force during the arrests of Internet predators who solicit children online.
Harris County Emergency Services District 11 (ESD 11) and Cypress Creek EMS have teamed up to modernize the ambulance fleet while infusing more than $1.5 million dollars into the local economy.
What if they were as many people trained in Bleeding Control (B-Con) as there are people trained to perform CPR?
CCEMS is now carrying and transfusing two blood products in the field. CCEMS and ESD 48 in West Harris County are the only EMS systems to do so in the state of Texas……..
CCEMS Medic Larry Spencer is one of those people who is so positive that they can find the good side of anything and this native of New Orleans can even find the good side of Hurricane Katrina……