Loveland Designated as a "Heart Safe Community"
The McKee Medical Center Foundation has partnered with McKee Medical Center, the CardioVascular Institute of North Colorado, Thompson Valley EMS, the Loveland Police Department, Loveland Fire Rescue Authority and the City of Loveland's emergency dispatch services department, to become a designated “Heart Safe City.” The “Heart Safe Community” designation, sponsored by the American Heart Association, is a communitywide effort to educate citizens on the dangers of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). Identifying symptoms, learning how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and using automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are major components of the “Heart Safe City” designation. To learn more about this project and how you can get involved, please visit the Heart Safe Community page on the Banner Health website.
If you would like to take a CPR class, be sure to check out the courses available from Thompson Valley EMS. Click here to view a list of upcoming classes.
Source Loveland Fire Rescue Authority
Located in Loveland Colorado, TVEMS is the area's leading provider of Emergency Medical Services, EMS Education and Training, EMT Training, Job Safety Training, and more.
Formed in 1983, the Thompson Valley Ambulance Service became Thompson Valley Emergency Medical Services in 1998 under a new Health Services District agreement.
Today TVEMS responds to nearly 10,000 calls per year with its fleet of 10 ambulances, 5 stations, and 55 employees. TVEMS incorporates the most advanced treatment protocols with the latest technology, modern ambulances, computer aided dispatching, medical pre arrival instructions, and GPS mapping to provide world class service to its citizens and clients.