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Rescue Department

 

Chief of Service/Local Health Officer: Floyd "Chip" Richardson

Assistant Chief/Training Officer: Heather Bowlin

QI Officer: Norman Richardson

Captain: Andrew Wickson

Phone: (207) 336-2999

Fax: (207) 336-2461

In the spring of 2005, the Buckfield Rescue Unit, Inc. was dissolved as an Incorporation and became part of the municipality of Buckfield.  The service still consists of dedicated on call employees and per-diem employees.  

 

Buckfield Rescue's communities have been designated a Maine HeartSafe Community. HeartSafe Communities is a recognition program based on the "Chain of Survival", which has been implemented in other states and countries to help obtain this goal. Its purpose is to recognize the excellent work being done by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) programs throughout Maine, and to provide further opportunities to enhance community partnerships, resources and services to improve cardiovascular health, and decrease deaths due to cardiovascular-related events, including SCA, Heart Attack and Stroke.

The Department is always in need of interested people to join the organization in any capacity.  If you are interested, please stop by the Fire-Rescue station or the Town Office for more information. You can also call the station by dialing (207) 336-2999.

REMEMBER....DIAL 911 FOR EMERGENCIES

The Buckfield Rescue Department holds its monthly business meetings on the first Monday of every month and the second Monday of the month if a holiday occurs. The meetings start at 7pm.  

Education

Buckfield Rescue  can provide other, more specific programs upon request. Please do not hesitate to contact us about any of our public training programs including:

CPR

Community Education Classes

cover subjects such as

Heart Attack

Stroke

Diabetes

and much more!!

Please contact the station for details!

 

"There is no higher honor than to be given the responsibility to care for another human being"

-Richard K. Schachern

 Maine EMS Website
Tri County EMS Website

 

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