Medavie HealthEd Students Volunteer at Winterfesthiver

Thank you to all the Medavie HealthEd paramedic students that volunteered at this years Winterfesthiver. Because of your dedication and support, several patients were able to receive first aid treatment on-site. Your participation in these events shows your commitment to this profession and to the communities you serve.

With over 10,000 attendees, Winterfesthiver draws in a large crowd with several activities to keep people of all ages entertained. For more information regarding this annual event, click here.

Students Visit EHS LifeFlight Base

Medavie HealthEd's paramedic students got the opportunity to spend the day at the EHS LifeFlight base located at the Stanfield International Airport, NS. They had the opportunity to meet the crews, look at the rotary and fixed wing aircrafts, and take the air transport safety course where they learn how to locate a safe landing area and assist in the safe landing of the rotary wing.

Paramedic Students Volunteer at Light The Night Event

Left to right: Dominick Trembley, Tyler Gray, David Lunn, Jennifer Bijl, Rob Moore, Jessa Jenner, Ryan MacNiel. Missing in the photo were Scott Lycan, Shauna Brousseau, Renée LeBlanc, Paul Williams, and Liam MacCormac who also volunteered at this event.

Left to right: Dominick Trembley, Tyler Gray, David Lunn, Jennifer Bijl, Rob Moore, Jessa Jenner, Ryan MacNiel. Missing in the photo were Scott Lycan, Shauna Brousseau, Renée LeBlanc, Paul Williams, and Liam MacCormac who also volunteered at this event.

The paramedic students from Medavie HealthEd volunteered on Saturday, October 24th with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to provide medical coverage for the Light the Night event.

With more than 110,000 Canadians affected by blood cancer, supporters came out and held illuminated lanterns to show their support. This event has been a huge success in bringing light to the dark world of cancer.

Congratulations to the Bathurst Primary Care Paramedic Graduates

From left to right: Instructor Marc Fournier, students Jason St-Coeur, Marie-Michelle Tremblay, Melanie LeBlanc, Melanie Gautreau, Yanick Godin, Edith Arsenault, and Emmanuel Marquis.

From left to right: Instructor Marc Fournier, students Jason St-Coeur, Marie-Michelle Tremblay, Melanie LeBlanc, Melanie Gautreau, Yanick Godin, Edith Arsenault, and Emmanuel Marquis.

We are so proud of the accomplishment that our graduates got recognized for today. Their hard work and dedication has not gone unnoticed and their level of professionalism will go a long way in their careers. We wish you all the best in your new endeavour and remind you that our door is always open should you need assistance.

We would also like to recognize the hard work and effort put in by all those around you to help make your educational experience a memorable one. Thank you to Marc who has done a wonderful job in training all of you and to all the facilitators and preceptors who have also contributed to your training.