Welcome to the Beaver Island EMS website.

If you have a medical emergency, go to the nearest phone and dial 911 and do not hang up, there may be a short delay. [Then, wait where you are for medical assistance.]

 

On the night of July 9th, 2018, Emergency Services were dispatched, including Beaver Island EMS, Beaver Island Fire Department, Charlevoix County Sheriff’s Department, Island Airways, and the United States Coast Guard, to respond to a 911 call about a possible boater in distress. After an exhaustive search from land, sea, and air, no boat or persons in distress were located. Beaver Island EMS would like to remind everyone to use appropriate safety measures while on the water. Find boater safety tips, information and more at uscgboating.org
BIEMS would also like to remind everyone, Do Not hesitate to call 911 to report any possible emergency.

Smart911 is a tool utilized by our local dispatch center to provide first responders, such as Police, Fire, and EMS, with important information about any special circumstances at your residence. This can include information such as: residents who may have chronic medical conditions or special needs, fire hazards or hazardous materials at the residence, hidden key locations, and any other pertinent information than can help first responders serve you in an emergency situation. Signing up for Smart911 is free and secure. If you have questions or need help signing up, feel free to contact us. You can also find more information and sign up by clicking the link below.

The Beaver Island Rural Health Center and Beaver Island EMS have teamed up to offer free Community CPR courses. These courses will be offered regularly, and held at the BIRHC. For more information, or to sign up for the next Community CPR course please contact the Health Center at (231) 448-2275

If you have group interested in an additional CPR course, contact us at beaverislandems@gmail.com

Pictures Courtesy of Northern Islander

If you are interested in Emergency Medical Services, future EMS classes, or have any questions about how you can become involved please contact us! 

Did You Know?

  • Beaver Island EMS utilizes the services of the United States Coast Guard to evacuate emergency patients when weather prohibits all other means of air evacuation. Photo Credit: Pam Moxham

 

  • Beaver Island EMS staff participates in monthly continuing education training in order to stay proficient in their skills. These trainings are taught by Paramedic Instructor Coordinator Cody Randall.

Billing

Beaver Island EMS strives to advocate for patients, not only during an emergency, but also throughout the billing process. Please view our Billing page for more information.

BIEMS by the Numbers for 2017

Ground Runs

Air Evacuations

Lives Impacted