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Recognition
South Dakota LUCAS Video on Vimeo, featuring Sturigs Ambulance Serivce
In 2014, the Sturgis Ambulance Service received 2 LUCAS™ machines through funding from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust.

The LUCAS™ Chest Compression System is a safe and efficient tool that standardizes chest compressions in accordance with the latest scientific guidelines.  It provides the same quality for all patients and over time, independent of transport conditions, rescuer fatigue, or variability in the experience level of the caregiver. By doing this, it frees up rescuers to focus on other life-saving tasks and creates new rescue opportunities.

Paramedic Aaron Mitchell and EMT-B Jeremy Deuter from the Sturgis Ambulance Service are highlighted in this video produced by The University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences. 

The purpose of the video is to bring more attention to advances in rural health.  It's great that Sturgis Ambulance Service was selected to receive these potentially life-saving devices!


Other Recognition
Patriotic Award Recipient Shawn Fischer (Ambulance Director)
In 2014, the Sturgis Ambulance Service was awarded "EMS Week of the Year".  Also, our Ambulance Director received one of 6 supervisors to receive the "Patriotic Award" from the ESGR, recognizing her for the outstanding support she gives to our employees who are also National Guard employees.  As a result, she got to participate in the annual "Boss Lift" event.

In 2013, the Sturgis Ambulance Service was named 2013 Emergency Medical Service of the Year at the Annual South Dakota Emergency Medical Technician Association Conference held in Watertown, South Dakota.

In the 2012, the service was also awarded the Sue Schuurman's Memorial Award.  The annual award is given to an ambulance service that has shown growth in their special projects, public relations, training and other services.

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City of Sturgis,1040 Harley-Davidson Way, Sturgis, SD, 57785 • Ph: (605) 347-4422 • 

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