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  • Ready, Set, Click!

    Paramedic Services Week 2019 takes place from May 26th to June 1st. As part of our celebrations, the OAPC is holding a photo contest. Photo entries will help us tell the story of paramedic services Ontario by showcasing the hard-working and compassionate paramedics who provide a critical health care service in our Province. The contest launched on April 15th and submissions will be accepted until May 16th. A first prize of $100 and a second prize for $50 will be......

  • Stop the Bleed Kits

    Mass Casualty Incidents (MCIs) are chaotic and put an immense toll on all emergency resources. As much as we hope for them not to happen, all emergency services must be prepared for the worst. In recent years we’ve had many learning opportunities from both large and small scale MCIs worldwide that will better the effectiveness of emergency services and ultimately the outcome of patients in future events. One lesson learned specifically in Los Vegas (2017), was how greatly bystanders could......

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Origin of the OAPC

The Ontario Association of Paramedic Chiefs (OAPC) was formed to allow members of the EMS/Paramedic industry to come together to develop common strategies for optimizing the transition to municipal control of ambulance service within the province.

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The OAPC has an organizational process that features six committees (groups) that oversee a number of working sub-committees, feeding information and recommendations to the Board.  The core areas are:  Strategic Analysis, Operations, Performance Standards, Professional Standards, Education & Research and Public Relations & Image Building.

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Job Postings

Looking for an opportunity to acquire employment with a paramedic service or to advance your career? Consider employment opportunities with the EMS / Paramedic team.

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