Bay Cities Ambulance

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Bay Cities Ambulance
Bay Cities Ambulance is listed in the Ambulance Service category in Coos Bay, Oregon. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bay Cities Ambulance which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bay Cities Ambulance on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 84.

Contact information for Bay Cities Ambulance is:
3505 Ocean Blvd SE
Coos Bay, OR 97420
(541) 266-4355
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Metro West Ambulance added 2 new photos.
Today was a very special day at Metro West Ambulance. We had the honor and privilege of seeing Flo Lennox, Senior Paramedic join us full time again on our 911 units after beating colorectal cancer. Out once again helping others and saving lives. All our love Flo ❤️️Welcome back!

Metro West Ambulance added 3 new photos.
Metro West Ambulance Crews want to remind you that heart attacks and strokes are life and death emergencies -every second counts! For more information check out: http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/911-Warnings-Signs-of-a-Heart-Attack

February is American Heart Month! Signs and symptoms of a heart attack can vary from person to person. Metro West Ambulance reminds you that if you or someone you are with starts to exhibit signs of a heart attack-please call 9-1-1 immediately. Check out this video from the American Heart Association.
Inspired by the true stories of real women impacted by heart disease, the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women movement and Emmy-nominated actress E...

Happy Heart Day from all of us at Metro West Ambulance!

For today's "Furry Friday " we want to introduce you to some of our little stuffed furry friends that have brought comfort to many of our pediatric patients for over 20 years! At Metro West Ambulance we know that despite all our best efforts to make our environment and care as comfortable and gentle as possible, ambulances can be scary sometimes. The unknown can be scary. Kids are kids and they get scared. And when they do, they often cling to what they know best, to what has always brought them comfort – a stuffed animal. Allen Rich, Paramedic, Elsie Mathews, Senior Paramedic and Kelsi Dow, Special Events Coordinator for MWA hold three versions of our toy animals that have comforted many little patients. To learn more about how stuffed animals can help reduce pain, fear and anxiety in kids, check out http://www.stuffedanimalsplanet.com/2016/05/06/how-a-stuffed-animal-can-help-your-child%E2%80%A8/