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Dunc Wassick is trying to bring helicopter air ambulance services to the West Kootenay.
TEAAM is a group of paramedics and doctors providing advanced care in difficult to access locations.
BCEHS is looking at several ways to improve service including its Action Plan.
It does nothing to address the lack of actual ambulances in the West Kootenay.
Experts say it would take a significant political push and a hybrid approach to launch STARS in B.C.
BCEHS announced the addition of three full-time paramedic positions for Castlegar this week.
The yearly cost of injury exceeds $2.8 billion according to Provincial Health Services Authority.
One woman shared her family’s experience after her mother became ill in 2016.
B.C. just needs to reach out to get the ball rolling
Advanced Care Paramedics (ACP) in rural communities are not allowed to practice at that level.
“As a government, Premier Horgan is committed to improving the ambulance service.”
The Auditor General of B.C. is working on the second audit of BCEHS.
The B.C. Auditor General and the Ombudsman for Forest Safety have produced critical reports.