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“We have one of the highest levels of care of any paramedic program in the state of Idaho,” Pope said.
Paramedics in Madison County carry between 20 and 30 medications, while most medics only carry about 12.
Eric Van Genderen, another firefighter-paramedic and 2011 BYU-I Alumnus, said that this increased versatility helps them provide better care.
He said, “We’re expected to act as clinicians, not as basic paramedics. Most of what can be done in an intensive care unit, we can do from the back of an ambulance.”
The department, which covers the land area between Rexburg and West Yellowstone, is also able to do electrocardiography and sedation from the field, which enables the hospital to prepare better for emergent patients.
Among the other offices in attendance was the County Road Department, who brought out a large grader, which was available for children to climb in and have their picture taken. The road department also posted placards that encouraged county residents to watch for vandalism of county property. According to one of the signs, $2430.50 of taxpayer money has been spent so far this year on replacing vandalized road signs and posts.
Sheriff Klingler said that he hoped the event would help county residents and visitors understand and appreciate the resources that Madison County has to offer the people who live here.
“We really try to be public-oriented and open with the residents of the county,” Sheriff Klingler said.