Our medics at wildland fires enjoyed full solar eclipse

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The north western part of the US is active for wildland fires and we have paramedics, EMT’s and a REM team at fires in Oregon. Today they took a break and enjoyed the solar eclipse over north western skies.  

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Winter event season 2016-17

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Wow, we’ve had a wild and fun winter event season. We’ve so enjoyed delivering top notch medical standby at a variety of events throughout the valley, and beyond our valley! This season has seen so many different kinds of events,…

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Preparing for Wildland Fire Season 2017

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The outlook for fires in portions of the lower Colorado River Valley and west/southwest Texas and far southwestern New Mexico remains critical. Part of preparing for wildland fire season is knowing where fires are likely to breakout and being ready…

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Wildland Fire Season is almost here

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Wildland fire season is almost here. As is expected during the first few months of wildland fire season fires begin to occur across the southern states, with highest likelihood across the southern areas, Florida and Georgia. Once into the summer…

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Winter Sun and Events in the Valley

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The snowbird season is here and the winter sun brings with it many events all over the valley. These include fairs, sport events, rodeos, parades, festivals, entertainment, horse shows, travel shows, and culinary festivals. The big events see thousands of attendees,…

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Bring on football season!

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Football season is underway and we’re proud to be providing medical standby at football games at high schools and universities in the lower valley. As a full-contact game injuries are common in football. Equipment and experienced coaches can reduce the…

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Wildland Firefighter Safety at Wildland Fires
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Wildland fire season is here! We’ve been honored to be on many fires this season, providing the highest level of medical care to our firefighters. How do we maintain firefighter safety at wildland fires? Heat-stress factors: ambient air temperature, radiant heat, humidity,…

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Tips for staying safe in extreme heat

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Yesterday we appeared on Cronkite News / AZPBS in Eddie Keller’s Extreme Heat is on the way news piece to talk about staying safe during extreme temperatures. This weekend Phoenix is expecting temperatures to hit 120°F and with these soaring temperatures is…

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Wildland Fire Season 2016

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Tim Zimmerman from Wildfire Magazine  wrote that this year’s fire season is likely to be more complicated. Climate change discussions highlight worsening fire activities in terms of numbers, area burned, burning intensities, and duration of wildfire activity. Complexity of wildland fire…

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Our Story

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Founded in 1978, Paramedics Unlimited is still owned and operated by Phoenix Deputy Fire Chief (ret) Decker Williams. He was one of just two firemen who were the first to be inducted into Phoenix Fire Department’s newly-created ALS Paramedic Program…

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