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Mission Statement

To protect and improve the health and safety of the people in San Benito County through the provision of high-quality Emergency and Disaster Medical Services, with reasonable costs, community involvement, continuous evaluation, injury and illness prevention programs and anticipatory planning.

Vision

To provide System leadership and planning that is proactive while continuously seeking ways to improve and optimize Emergency Medical Services for the citizens and visitors of San Benito County.

 

 

 

San Benito County EMS Agency


POLICY REVISION

The San Benito EMS Agency would like to announce an update to policies and protocols. Be sure to update the Policy App on your smart phone to get all changes

All changes are effective May 1, 2014

Summary of 2014 Policy Changes

(click here)


 

EDUCATION & CE's

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May 21, 2014

BASE STATION MEETING - EMS WEEK SPECIAL!

08:30 AM - 10:30 AM (2 hrs CE)

HAZEL HAWKINS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

911 SUNSET, BUILDING C "GREAT ROOM"

 

PREHOSPITAL ADVISORY MEETING

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM (1.5 hrs CE)

HAZEL HAWKINS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

911 SUNSET, BUILDING C "GREAT ROOM"

 

EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE COMMISSION MEETING

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Hollister Police Dept.
395 Apollo Way, Hollister

 

 

 

Contact Us

San Benito County Emergency Medical Services
A Division of San Benito County Public Health Services
Health & Human Services Agency
1111 San Felipe Rd., Suite 102 - Hollister, CA 95023
(831) 636-4066 (office) -- (831) 636-4037 (fax)

EMS Staff

Click on the links below to contact:

EMS Coordinator: Marcie Lee Morrow

EMS Specialist: Joseph Alvarado

EMS Secretary: Dixie Zamzow

EMS Medical Director: Kent Benedict. MD, FACEP

 

 

 

Website Development & Design by Irma Gonzalez & James Clark (2007 / 2008) Update by M. Morrow (May 2010)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

The Safely Surrendered Baby Law responds to the increasing number of newborn infant deaths due to abandonment in unsafe locations. First created in January 2001, the Safely Surrendered Baby Law was signed permanently into state law in January 2006. The law's intent is to save lives of newborn infants at risk of abandonment by encouraging parents or persons with lawful custody to safely surrender the infant within 72 hours of birth, with no questions asked.

THERE IS AN OPTION.

DON'T ABANDON YOUR BABY.

Safe surrender sites are hospitals or other locations, typically fire stations, that are approved by the board of supervisors or fire agency in each county.

Safe surrender sites are required to display the blue and white logo (above)

San Benito County Safe Surrender Sites are:

Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital

911 Sunset Dr., Hollister, CA

Aromas Fire Station

492 Carpenteria Rd., Aromas, CA

Hollister Fire Dept. Station 1

110 5th Street, Hollister, CA

Hollister Fire Dept. Station 2

1000 Union Rd., Hollister, CA

CAL FIRE/San Benito County Fire Station

1979 Fairview Rd., Hollister, CA

http://www.babysafe.ca.gov/

1-877-BABY-SAF

(1-877-222-9723)