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AMR Las Vegas

AMR Las Vegas Welcome to the official AMR Las Vegas page! This is the official page for AMR Las Vegas.

This is a place for employees, customers, and friends of AMR Las Vegas to hear about what's happening at AMR LV.

Operating as usual

We love partnering up with different businesses across the valley to bring training that only makes our communities safe...
01/27/2023

We love partnering up with different businesses across the valley to bring training that only makes our communities safer in the event of an emergency!
For more information, please email [email protected]

FYI
01/25/2023

FYI

THIS WEEKEND: I-15 will be closed in both directions between Flamingo Rd. and Russell Rd. from 10 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27 to 5 a.m. Monday, Jan. 30. Drivers should expect heavy traffic in the Las Vegas resort corridor as well as nearby surface streets and local freeways. Plan alternate routes and consider using a navigation app, such as Waze to get around backups. Full details: http://i15trop.com

We were pleased to welcome our friends Southern Hills Hospital and Medical Center to recognize our crews for their role ...
01/24/2023

We were pleased to welcome our friends Southern Hills Hospital and Medical Center to recognize our crews for their role in saving and changing lives in both STEMI and Stroke patients. Congratulations to all of our team members and thank you for all you do to make this community a safer one. Also thank you to SHH for coming out and supporting our teams and their efforts.

January is National Blood Donor month!Every two seconds in America, someone needs blood. Thank you to all those who so s...
01/23/2023

January is National Blood Donor month!
Every two seconds in America, someone needs blood. Thank you to all those who so selflessly give blood and save lives! Learn how you can donate today at donatingblood.org

GMR Therapy Dog Mercy, shows us how she stays healthy by fostering friendships, working out and taking lots of naps. As ...
01/20/2023

GMR Therapy Dog Mercy, shows us how she stays healthy by fostering friendships, working out and taking lots of naps. As part of the GMR Therapy Dog Team, Mercy serves AMR Las Vegas teams as well as GMR team members throughout the region as needed. Be well in 2023!

What a fun time introducing students to careers that all require vehicles!The ambulance and the helicopter were the favo...
01/18/2023

What a fun time introducing students to careers that all require vehicles!
The ambulance and the helicopter were the favorites!
Vassiliadis Elementary School

Stop by and visit us at the EmployNV Youth Hub job fair THIS THURSDAY, January 19. We’ll have recruiters on site ready t...
01/17/2023

Stop by and visit us at the EmployNV Youth Hub job fair THIS THURSDAY, January 19. We’ll have recruiters on site ready to share what a career at AMR/MedicWest can offer you. See you there!

We honor and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy through our actions and service year-round. As an American hero w...
01/16/2023

We honor and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy through our actions and service year-round. As an American hero whose words continue to inspire us to work for equitable access to healthcare for all, GMR commemorates the work of Dr. King and invites all to celebrate a culture that believes in community and diversity across our country.

Our thoughts are with our colleagues at LVFR.Prayers and condolences for the family and friends.
01/16/2023

Our thoughts are with our colleagues at LVFR.
Prayers and condolences for the family and friends.

When it comes to bad luck, there are few superstitions as pervasive in Western culture as that of Friday the 13th. Like ...
01/13/2023

When it comes to bad luck, there are few superstitions as pervasive in Western culture as that of Friday the 13th. Like crossing paths with a black cat and breaking a mirror, the notion of a day that can bring misfortune is deeply embedded — even if believers can't quite explain why.
There's even a name to describe the irrational dread of the date: paraskevidekatriaphobia — a specialized form of triskaidekaphobia, a fear of the number 13.

Today we honor and say "Thank you" to the men and women who tirelessly protect our communities.
01/09/2023

Today we honor and say "Thank you" to the men and women who tirelessly protect our communities.

AMR, CCFD, and LVFR all worked together with BLM to get a badly injured hiker out of the Red Rocks and provide the medic...
01/07/2023

AMR, CCFD, and LVFR all worked together with BLM to get a badly injured hiker out of the Red Rocks and provide the medical care needed along the way.
Strong work to all teams involved!

Students from Rancho H.S. EMT program Learning and practicing bleeding control techniques.Way to go!
01/06/2023

Students from Rancho H.S. EMT program Learning and practicing bleeding control techniques.
Way to go!

International Mind-Body Wellness Day Your mind and body have a powerful connection. How you think can impact how you fee...
01/03/2023

International Mind-Body Wellness Day

Your mind and body have a powerful connection. How you think can impact how you feel, and how you feel can impact how you think. International Mind-Body Wellness Day seeks to raise awareness for the important relationship between your emotional and physical wellness. Check out these tips from the University of Michigan Health on healing both your body and mind.
Mind-Body Wellness | Michigan Medicine (uofmhealth.org)

We are thankful for our incredible team that continues to serve tirelessly. We look forward to serving our communities a...
01/01/2023

We are thankful for our incredible team that continues to serve tirelessly. We look forward to serving our communities at a moment’s notice in 2023. Have a safe and joyous New Year!

Plan smart and safely!This is a much cheaper alternative then a DUI or jail time.
12/31/2022

Plan smart and safely!
This is a much cheaper alternative then a DUI or jail time.

As you make plans to ring in the new year, AMR reminds you to also take time to plan for a safe celebration. Follow thes...
12/31/2022

As you make plans to ring in the new year, AMR reminds you to also take time to plan for a safe celebration. Follow these safety tips for your New Year’s Eve gatherings:

· Plan ahead for a safe ride home. Establish a designated driver before attending parties or events, or plan to use a rideshare service. Do not drive while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Arrange to drive youth to and from holiday activities, as they may find it difficult to decline a ride from a friend who is impaired.
· Practice fireworks safety. Never use fireworks while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Follow all instructions on the packaging and light fireworks one at a time, then move back quickly. Keep a bucket of water or hose nearby as a precaution. Do not aim, throw or point fireworks at people, animals, vehicles or structures.
· Keep your eye on the kitchen. Never leave food unattended while cooking on the stovetop. Set a timer to remind you the stovetop or oven is on and keep anything that can catch fire away from the stovetop. Reduce the risk of food poisoning by using slow cookers, chafing dishes and warming trays to keep food warm. Keep cold foods at or below 40 degrees by placing serving dishes in bowls of ice or replacing small serving trays frequently with fresh trays from the refrigerator.

We hope you have a fun and safe New Year’s Eve!

Saying goodbye to a colleague is never easy to do.We were honored to take part in the procession for our HFD brother.
12/30/2022

Saying goodbye to a colleague is never easy to do.
We were honored to take part in the procession for our HFD brother.

Don't just throw those Christmas trees out!Recycle them!
12/28/2022

Don't just throw those Christmas trees out!
Recycle them!

Warmest wishes on this Christmas Day!
12/25/2022

Warmest wishes on this Christmas Day!

With so many parties, festivities and events to attend, AMR offers the following safety tips to keep your pets safe and ...
12/24/2022

With so many parties, festivities and events to attend, AMR offers the following safety tips to keep your pets safe and sound this holiday season.

· Seasonal Plants - Avoid having holly, mistletoe and poinsettias in reach of pets as they can be toxic if ingested.
· Decorations - Always keep anything that may be ingested out of the reach of pets, such as tinsel and ornaments, which can become lodged within the gastrointestinal tract and require surgery.
· Light Strands and Cords - Place Christmas lights, electrical cords and candles out of reach of pets as they can be a fire hazard and lead to electric shock. To prevent pets from experiencing shock, consider using a protective cord covering to prevent teeth from sinking in.
· Food - Pets should always be kept away from any items containing xylitol, alcohol, fatty meats, bones, and most importantly, chocolate-which can become lethal if ingested even in the smallest quantity.
· Noise - Ensure your pets have a quiet room as fireworks, horns, bells and whistles can be frightening to pets.

For more information on pet safety visit: Holiday Pet Safety Tips - MedVet (medvetforpets.com)

Even with the holiday weekend, AMR and Medicwest EMTs and Paramedics are ready to answer the call!
12/24/2022

Even with the holiday weekend, AMR and Medicwest EMTs and Paramedics are ready to answer the call!

12/22/2022

We will honor the life and service of Henderson Fire Department Engineer Clete Dadian in a line-of-duty death memorial ceremony on Thursday, December 29.

Engineer Dadian will be escorted from the Henderson Fire Training Center to Central Christian Church in a procession that includes family members and first responder agencies throughout Southern Nevada.

A celebration of life service will follow at Central Christian Church beginning at 1 p.m. The ceremony is open to all who wish to pay their respects to the fallen firefighter.

Clete Dadian dedicated 22 years of service to the Henderson Fire Department and the Henderson community.

AMR wants you to play it safe this holiday season. New toys and games can be fun, but they can also be dangerous if misu...
12/22/2022

AMR wants you to play it safe this holiday season. New toys and games can be fun, but they can also be dangerous if misused or fall into the hands of children too young to play with them. Remember these safety tips when purchasing or receiving toys and games this season.

· Consider a child’s age when purchasing a toy or game – read warning labels to make sure it is age-appropriate
· Check to make sure there aren’t any small parts or other potential choking hazards for young children
· Look for points, edges or breakable parts that could be sharp and avoid those toys for children under eight
· Include safety equipment when purchasing toys such as bicycles, skateboards or roller skates
· Use a bin or container to store toys to avoid tripping hazards.

Winter holidays are a fun time to gather and celebrate. The holidays are also a time of increased fire risk and accident...
12/21/2022

Winter holidays are a fun time to gather and celebrate. The holidays are also a time of increased fire risk and accidents in the home. AMR offers these guidelines to help keep your holiday season safe.

· Holiday entertaining – keep an eye on the range (unattended cooking is the leading cause of house fires) and be sure your smoke detectors are working.
· Holiday lighting – use caution with decorations and choose flame-resistant, flame-retardant and non-combustible materials when possible. Use only certified lights for outdoor decorating.
· Indoor decorations – choose decorations made of non-leaded materials. Keep candles away from children, decorations and live plants.
· Trees – check for freshness when purchasing a live tree (green with needles hard to pull from branches) and look for a “fire-resistant” label when purchasing an artificial tree.
· Fire prevention – always turn off your decorations when you leave your home and when you’re sleeping. Most deadly fires happen while people are asleep.

Today is the 1st day of winter! (Officially)❄️☃️❄️For the northern half of Earth (the Northern Hemisphere), the winter s...
12/21/2022

Today is the 1st day of winter! (Officially)❄️☃️❄️
For the northern half of Earth (the Northern Hemisphere), the winter solstice occurs annually on December 21 or 22. (For the Southern Hemisphere, the solstice occurs on June 20 or 21.) The winter solstice is the day with the fewest hours of sunlight in the whole year, making it the “shortest day” of the year.

Sunrise Hospital closed out Lights of Love this year, and what a great success!CCFD and LVMPD came out in force for such...
12/20/2022

Sunrise Hospital closed out Lights of Love this year, and what a great success!
CCFD and LVMPD came out in force for such a great event, in addition to multiple community members.
The sick children at Sunrise had an evening that will not be forgotten!
❤️❤️

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, and AMR encourages you to drive smart and safe this month and al...
12/20/2022

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, and AMR encourages you to drive smart and safe this month and always. As friends and family gather for the holiday season, please keep these tips in mind to ensure your loved ones make it home safe.

· Do not drive while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medications that may cause impairment
· Establish a designated driver before attending events and parties
· Use a ride share service
· Discuss the dangers of underage alcohol and substance abuse, especially when combined with operating motor vehicles, with young family members and friends
· Arrange to drive youth to and from holiday activities, as they may find it difficult to decline a ride from a friend who is impaired

For additional information, please visit: https://www.nsc.org/road/safety-topics/impaired-driving

Thank you to the Secret Santa Project for including us in todays toy handout!Families had the opportunity to drive up an...
12/17/2022

Thank you to the Secret Santa Project for including us in todays toy handout!
Families had the opportunity to drive up and receive Christmas presents to put under their trees for Christmas.
Brand new Stuffed animals were also donated to AMR/MWA to be given away to our pediatric patients that are in crisis.

Our VST department is fully embracing the holiday spirit!
12/17/2022

Our VST department is fully embracing the holiday spirit!

Congrats to our EWYL graduates!
12/16/2022

Congrats to our EWYL graduates!

12/16/2022
12/16/2022

Lights of love. Night number #4
We are at sunrise!

Come out and say "hi!"
12/15/2022

Come out and say "hi!"

Tonight is the FINAL night of Lights of Love!We will be at Sunrise! 6pm is when the fun starts. (We will be meeting in t...
12/15/2022

Tonight is the FINAL night of Lights of Love!
We will be at Sunrise! 6pm is when the fun starts. (We will be meeting in the parking lot just west of the hospital on Maryland)
Bring your best glow, Refreshments will be provided!
If you have come to All the nights, THANK YOU!
If you have come to one night, THANK YOU!
If you are coming tonight, AWESOME and THANK YOU!
❤️❤️❤️
Grab the kids, invite the friends!
Come make a sick child's holiday a little bit better!
We are also collecting brand new, unwrapped toys that are being donated directly to the hospital.❤️❤️❤️

Summerlin hospital had an amazing turn out for Lights of Love on Tuesday!Fun was had by all that participated, and the h...
12/15/2022

Summerlin hospital had an amazing turn out for Lights of Love on Tuesday!
Fun was had by all that participated, and the hot chocolate was perfect for a chilly night!

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and our brothers and sisters of the Henderson Fire Department during this d...
12/14/2022

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and our brothers and sisters of the Henderson Fire Department during this difficult time.
We want to remind those that may be having a hard time, to reach out.
Anyone that wears a badge or has worn a badge is here for you.
Calling 988 or reaching out to GMR Life are immediate available resources for all.

12/14/2022

Summerlin lights of love!

12/14/2022

Summerlin lights of love!

12/14/2022

Lights of love!
Come on out!

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Today we celebrate our Aviation Maintenance Technicians across our GMR family! These teams play a critical role daily in supporting the safety of our crews and patients. Thank you to all our AMTs for your hard work and dedication and contributing to our mission of providing care to the world at a moment’s notice.
In honor of Armed Forces Day, we want to say thank you to all those who have served or continue serving in the U.S. military. Your sacrifices and commitments to our country are honorable and appreciated every day!
GMR is committed to making a difference across the globe and protecting the diversity of cultural expression within the workforce. World Day for Cultural Diversity creates opportunities for open dialogue that encourages us to create environments that not only recognize our differences but celebrates them. Let’s work together to stay informed and make cultural diversity a priority.
We had our quarterly Region Connect live from Las Vegas and hosted by our friends at UFC. Thanks to Bruce Buffer for helping us start the meeting off right and giving a shoutout to our amazing employees.
EMS week continues with give-aways, employee code save recognitions, yummy treats, blood drives, and community partner training!
We are appreciative of all of those that have contributed or participated in this weeks festivities!
A – Alert
B – Bleeding
C – Compress

When faced with an emergency, remember the ABCs of bleeding control.
Thank you The Valley Health System and Summerlin Hospital Medical Center for inviting us out for your Teddy Bear clinic.
Young students got the chance to bring in their beloved stuffed animals to see what type of care they would receive, if they were to come into the hospital.
Events like this, help alleviate some of the fear that comes with coming into the hospital for many.
We were happy to provide the Hands Only CPR station.
There is still time to reserve your spot!
WE NEED YOU!
Friends and family invites to participate.
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BBQ time at AMR with University Medical Center of Southern Nevada "than-que," sauce, and some free CME education for our employees as well, from the UMC Lion's Burn Care Unit. Grill masters, Marc and Silvio were at the grill, and management was available to talk to on duty crews as they stopped in for a plate.
Thank you for everything Renee
AMR staff started EMS week with an Aviators baseball game!
Staff got to eat yummy food and watch the game, in addition to enjoying eachothers company.
Thank you to our first responders for rising to the challenge! We celebrate our crews for answering the call and providing expert care in our communities at a moment’s notice. You inspire us daily and we are proud to shine a light on your selfless acts, dedication and going above and beyond the call, especially through these challenging years. Happy EMS Week!
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