The CPF supports a broad range of community outreach programs aimed at bettering the lives of the citizens served by by it’s EMS professionals.
Paramedics & EMTs train intensively so that they may render care for medical or traumatic emergencies, under difficult circumstances. Often their skills and experience can be moved beyond the 911 environment to further benefit the communities they serve. Whether by teaching important first aid skills to the public, or donating their time for child safety, our professionals support impactful initiatives that share their unique abilites. Read more on our community campaigns here.
EMS professionals are often the first to witness the significant impact of illness & injury in the community. They are also in a unique position to identify these recurrent injury patterns and create effective programs to reduce their frequency. The EPIC Medics program was initially aimed at reducing significant injury to children but has expanded to prevention of injury in all age groups due to its great success. Read more about how EPIC Medics got its start and how it has had a national impact in the prevention of injury here.