Beausoleil First Nation EMS

Beausoleil First Nation EMS is operational 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. The service is staffed with 2 Primary Care Paramedics (PCP's) 24/7 and an emergency call back service with members of the Medical First Response Team. All of the staff, Paramedics and Emergency First Responders are certified by the Sunnybrook Osler Centre for Prehospital Care. The Paramedics use a Zoll E-Series Cardiac Monitor/Defibrillator.

The Emergency First Responders use a Zoll AED Plus with medical direction from Sunnybrook Osler Centre for Prehospital Care. The Paramedics are also trained/certified in the use of Symptom Relief Drug Administration including: Nitroglycerine, ASA, Epinephrine 1:1000, Glucagon, Oral Glucose, Salbutamol and Dextrose 50% (IV).

Additional training in CPAP (Continuous Positive Airways Pressure), 12 Lead Acquisition and Interpretation, King Airway, Termination of Resuscitation and the regional stroke study implementation have been completed and implemented. The staff is comprised of 13 Primary Care Paramedics and 8 Medical First Responders.

Sean Little, Manager

Paul Caluori, Primary Care Paramedic
Rob Rawson, Primary Care Paramedic
Frank Potter, Primary Care Paramedic
Alain Maurice, Primary Care Paramedic
Craig Smith, Primary Care Paramedic
Paul Miller, Primary Care Paramedic
Sarah Brouwer, Primary Care Paramedic
Anna Rawson, Primary Care Paramedic
Candice Smith, Primary Care Paramedic
Garett Hookey, Primary Care Paramedic
Maggie Gilbert, Primary Care Paramedic
John Cranston, Primary Care Paramedic
Nicole Monague, Primary Care Paramedic
Owen Monague, Emergency First Responder
Radan Vainer, Emergency First Responder
Susan Vainer, Emergency First Responder
Sanford Mixemong, Emergency First Responder
Derek King, Emergency First Responder
Rick Monague, Emergency First Responder
Hank Monague, Emergency First Responder

EMS Hours of Operation

Effective November 27th, 2009, we are now staffed 24hour per day with Paramedic Coverage.

Service Commitment - Beausoleil First Nation Emergency Response Service.

Response Time Standard Performance Plan

Notices and Updates

January 18, 2012 - Certificate to Operate Land Ambulance.

Operations Report for 2008.

Beausoleil First Nation Policing

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Anishinabek Police Service Notices & News

Posted May 20, 2016

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Warren John

Dave Hobson

Posted March 15, 2016

8 cottages broken into in the Big Sand Bay Cottages, in past two weeks, as of last week we had a report of two cottage sheds broken into along Mkade Kegwin Miikan next to the Gravel Pit.

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Police Week News

Cst Hobson along with Christian Island F.N. students; Tim Monague, Evan Chartrand-McCue, Eric Chartrand-McCue, Connor Sunday participated in the Road Safety Challenge during Police Week.