"Volunteer" with us
We are always looking to expand our volunteer capacity and capability. If you want to be a part of a life saving team you are at the right place. To be a member with us you need to live, work or play in the service area. It isn't easy, it isn't always fun and it takes a lot to volunteer with us. We have included some documents at the bottom of this website to help you make the decision on being a player or spectator. All members are required to complete a background check, driving record check and maintain a Current CPR and First Aid Card and complete required training to the level of service you want to provide. We have six different positions with the ambulance Service. If you are registered as an RN in the State of Colorado you can also assist with the correct classes such as ACLS, PALS and other required emergency care courses.
Drivers - Provide driving expertise to get the ambulance to and from the scene and to the hospital and back home safely. Drivers are required to assist with patient care from time to time on scene as well as loading and unloading the patient from the ambulance. Driver training takes approximately 24 hours to complete.
Emergency Medical Responders (EMRs) - Provide basic emergency lifesaving skills prior to the arrival of the ambulance. The become an EMR you must complete a state approved 40 hour training class and pass a written and practical skills test.
Emergency Medical Technician - Basic (EMT) - An EMT is the base in emergency medicine. An EMT is required to transport a patient from a scene to a hospital. The EMT Basic Class is approximately 180 classroom hours and clinical hours in a Hospital Emergency Department as well as clinical hours on an ambulance.
EMT-B with IV Skills - An EMTB-IV is able to administer intravenous fluids to patient who require such assistance. the IV class is an additional 40 hours above and beyond what an EMT-B class is.
Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) - And Advanced EMT can do more than EMT Basic and can provide limited medication delivery. The AEMT class is approximately 345 hours in length which includes clinical rotations. The AEMT is replacing the EMT - Intermediate.
Paramedic - The Paramedic provides advanced life support (ALS) and can give cardiac, pain management drugs and other life saving treatment pre-hospital. In Colorado the EMT-P Class is approximately 1,330 classroom and clinical hours.
Chaplain - chaplains assist with the spiritual, religious, pastoral and emotional needs of patients, families and staff.
Physician Advisor (Medical Director) -A physician licensed in good standing who authorizes and directs, through protocols and standing orders, the performance of students-intraining enrolled in Department-recognized EMS education programs and/or certificate holders who perform medical acts, and who is specifically identified as being responsible to assure the performance competency of those EMS Providers as described in the physician's medical continuous quality improvement program.