Baldwin Area EMS would like announce that service successfully wrote and was awarded a grant from The Otto Bremer Trust. The funds from this grant went towards the purchase of a Stryker Power-PRO XT Cot and MTS Power Loading system. The cot and loading system was installed in 5604 by Road Rescue. Baldwin EMS would like to say thank you to The Otto Bremer Trust for this grant.
Baldwin Area EMS provides Advanced Life Support and Critical Care Paramedics to rural communities located in western Wisconsin. We are located just east of the Twin Cities along Interstate 94. We are a community based ambulance service that proudly serves approximately 15,000 residents of the Villages of Baldwin, Hammond, Wilson and Woodville, and the towns of Baldwin, Cady, Eau Galle, Erin Prairie, Emerald, Hammond, Pleasant Valley, Rush River, Spring Field, and Warren covering about 240 square miles in St. Croix County with about 1,200 emergency calls annually.
St. Croix County Emergency Communication Center coordinates dispatch services for 911 Emergencies. Baldwin Area EMS is part of the public safety system working with area Fire departments, local Police departments, and the St. Croix County Sheriff’s Department we are able to provide a more comprehensive and complete delivery of Emergency Medical Services to the residents and visitors of our communities.
Our ambulances are staffed and equipped to provide Advance Life Support (ALS) care. The Paramedics and EMTs are trained in advanced procedures and medications to provide emergency treatment for both traumatic injury and sudden illness. With the advanced skills, equipment, and constant communications with our medical control the time it takes to receive life saving treatment goes down meaning a quicker recovery for our patients.
In addition to providing Emergency 911 services we provide Critical Care Paramedic inter-facility transport services for Baldwin Area Medical Center. The Village of Baldwin has allowed us to invest in quality equipment and a high level of training so whatever the emergency you are being served 24 hours a day seven days a week by your neighbors who are highly trained professionals.
While we hope you never need our services be assured that if you become ill or are injured you will receive high quality emergency services through Western Wisconsin Health and their affiliations with Regions Level One Trauma Center, United Hospital and Children's Hospital and Clinics in St. Paul, MN.