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Paramedic Division

We know it is patient-critical to have first responder paramedics on-site, reducing the critical access life-saving timeline from 8 minutes to about 90 seconds.
canaPHEM provides onsite Ontario Certified Paramedics for any large commercial, public or private gatherings, and to provide medical coverage for camps. Our affordable alternative, ensures faster medical response times for spectators, employees and campers, reducing cost and liability.

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Are you looking for medical coverage for a large event? We can provide fully qualified paramedics for any commercial, public, or private large gatherings. Examples of events may include:

  • Concerts/music festivals
  • Sporting events (Tournaments, Large spectating events, Races, etc.)
  • Race tracks
  • Religious gatherings
  • School events
  • Fundraisers
  • Amusement Parks
  • Conferences/ Trade shows

Providing medical coverage to the regions from Hamilton to Kingston to North GTA.

We can provide event medical coverage with fully qualified Primary and Advanced care paramedics. All paramedics have completed the requirements to be a fully certified paramedic in Ontario and have undergone rigorous screening and testing processes by canaPHEM. Furthermore all paramedics are kept up to date with skills and knowledge through continuous education and knowledge training.

Primary Care Paramedics (PCP)

PCP’s are the standard for pre-hospital emergency care. They have undergone a two year college diploma program and passed their Ontario Advanced Emergency Medical Care Assistant (AEMCA) examination to be certified to work as a PCP for any EMS service in Ontario. Skills include:

  • Cardiac Monitoring
  • CPR and defibrillation
  • Extrication
  • Oxygen therapy
  • IV therapy
  • Trauma and Medical basic life support
  • Symptom relief medication administration:
    • ASA
    • Nitroglycerin
    • Glucagon
    • Dextrose
    • Epinephrine
    • Diphenhydramine
    • Dimenhydrinate
    • Narcan
    • Salbutamol
    • Ibuprofen
    • Acetaminophen
    • Ketorolac
  • Non- Emergency patient care

Advanced Care Paramedics (ACP)

ACP’s have completed all the requirements of a PCP and have completed an additional year of school at an accredited college for advanced care paramedicine. Furthermore they have passed the Ontario Advanced Care Paramedic examination and are certified to work as an ACP for any EMS service in ontario. ACP scope of practice includes:

  • All PCP scope of practice
  • Cardiac pacing and cardioversion
  • Chest needle decompression
  • Intubation
  • Additional symptom relief medication administration:
    • Morphine
    • Fentanyl
    • Adenosine
    • Lidocaine
    • Amiodarone
    • Atropine
    • Midazolam
    • Ketamine
    • Calcium gluconate
    • Sodium Bicarbonate



In addition to paramedic credentials a number of our paramedics are certified lifeguards and are available to do dual coverage for events that require this resource as well. Skills in addition to paramedic scope of practice include:

  • Water rescue and extrication
  • Water safety precautions

It only takes 4 minutes without oxygen for the brain to die. Average response times for EMS in Ontario is 8 minutes. For someone in a serious emergency situation having someone on scene to respond is the difference between life and death. Our non-transport services will enable you to respond effectively to emergency situations when it happens. You will be able to respond immediately with the full capabilities of a paramedic service for a fraction of the cost. When it comes to patient transportation our teams will be able to effectively and efficiently communicate with local EMS and other resources to get the patient where they need to be, giving you the peace of mind in a stressful situation. We offer a range of medical capabilities from a single paramedic equipped with a first aid kit to a dynamic team with a hierarchy of medical capabilities, full equipment and a first aid station. canaPHEM paramedics can be equipped with:

  • Oxygen kit
  • Trauma kit
  • Full diagnostic cardiac monitoring
  • Extrication devices
  • IV equipment
  • Intubation equipment
  • Symptom relief

We will work with you to develop an appropriate medical response plan based on the needs and resources of your event. This includes elements such as the location of the first aid station, EMS pick-up locations, paramedic deployment and positioning, transport within the event, communication etc.

       1. Pre-Arrival camper health form review
       2. Establishing health needs during camper arrival time
       3. Overall health and well-being of campers and staff
       4. Medication administration
       5. Illness and injury management
       6. Overnight on-call hours
       7. Activate urgent care or higher level of care if needed
       8. Communication with parents
       9. Health care documentation