Enabling Legislation Passed in 2017: Wisconsin Act 66 – 2017

Flexible Training: Milwaukee CP Program Serving The Community's Needs

Thirty Milwaukee Fire Department medics completed clinical and in-class training last year, in order to staff a new community paramedicine pilot program beginning in October 2015. […]Read More »

VIDEO: Milwaukee Fire Department Starts Community Paramedic Program

Thanks to a grant from the United Health Foundation, paramedics with the Milwaukee Fire Department are now able to take on a new role.  They […]Read More »

Financing Community Paramedicine: Where Does the Money Come From?

In Beloit, Wisconsin, a new community paramedicine pilot program will be launched in January. It will focus on the needs of elderly people with chronic […]Read More »

Community Paramedicine Catching On in Madison, WI

Paramedics in Madison, Wisconsin, are now being trained to help prevent emergencies through a program in community paramedicine, which includes teaching skills such as checking […]Read More »

30 Milwaukee Paramedics Train for Community Paramedicine Program

30 paramedics from Milwaukee Fire Department have recently begun specialized training for a new Community Paramedicine program in hopes of decreasing the number of emergency […]Read More »

Wisconsin Ambulance Company Pushes for CP Training Program

A Wisconsin ambulance company is working with Minnesota Technical College and local doctors to start a community paramedicine program. The owners of Ryan Brothers Ambulance […]Read More »

Video: Milwaukee Fire Departments Start Making Home Visits

Five fire departments in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin started a new program in January to reduce 911 calls and improve patient care called mobile healthcare. One […]Read More »

Fire Fighters in Wisconsin Lose Fight Against Community Paramedicine Program

Green Bay, Wisconsin started its Hook and Ladder Program in early 2013 in an attempt to reduce the possibility of hospital readmissions. The Hook and […]Read More »