• Our vision is that no one dies from a treatable medical emergency.

  • Welcome Michael K. Copass Paramedic Training Class 46!

NOTES OF GRATITUDE FOR OUR FIRST RESPONDERS

We count on you. We are grateful for you. God Bless!
Thank you for keeping us safe and saving lives. God Bless.
My deepest gratitude to all of you who put yourselves and, by extension, your families on the front lines during this COVID-19 storm for every shift you work, many thanks from a West Seattle public high school teacher.
Thank you all for your selfless work!
Thank you all for your essential work. We could not get through this without you.
Thank you for all you do, not only now, but always.
Thank you for all you do—it is so appreciated!
We are eternally grateful for your ongoing dedication to our community. May God continue to give you strength.
We appreciate all you are doing.
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What We Do

Our mission is to save lives by improving pre-hospital emergency care.
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Paramedic Training

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Innovative Research

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Lifesaving Tools

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CPR/AED & First Aid Training

Why it Matters

When you have six minutes to live or die, training, research, and medical oversight count.

“By saving my daughter, the first responders saved me, saved my husband, and saved my son.”

 

My Story

Every year, 1 out of 10 King County residents will use our region’s emergency medical services.

Someone in the United States suffers a sudden cardiac arrest every 60 seconds.

“I have no doubt in my mind that if it wasn’t for Medic One, I wouldn’t have survived.”

 

My Story

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