A new year has brought new opportunities to Allina Health EMS. Our research team had the honor of presenting research studies conducted over the past year at the National Association of EMS Physician's (NAEMSP) conference. Lori Boland, Principal Research Scientist for
AHEMS, and Morgan Anderson, Epidemiologist for ImageTrend software company, presented on three different studies.
Our research team also includes physicians, quality analysts, paramedics and data analysts, whose body of work includes cardiac arrest care, EMS provider well-being, trends in naloxone use and pre-hospital recognition of sepsis. Evidence based research
provides the basis for changes to our patient care protocols, improvements to our EMS providers work environment to serve our patients and communities.
The new year brings about new opportunities! As we continue to grow, we are looking for new faces to become a part of our team.
Provide exceptional care with exceptional people at one of the nation's leading pre-hospital systems. A sign-on bonus is currently available for all qualified paramedics ($2,000 for paramedics with less than 2 years of experience and $5,000 for paramedics with 2+ years of experience). Relocation assistance may
Qualified Applicants will possess their Paramedic Certification and WILL HAVE THE
ABILITY TO OBTAIN an Associate's Degree OR HIGHER WITH IN 24 MONTHS OF START
DATE. To find out more, go to
[Sun Focus, June 25, 2018] Allina Health EMS Dispatcher Russell Shields, Paramedic McKinzie Flynn and EMT Meagan Cheney among those honored for their lifesaving efforts.
[Sun Thisweek, May 25, 2018] Lakeville Police, Allina Health, Lakeville Fire and Life Time Fitness representatives were awarded life saver certificates and pins at the May 21 City Council meeting.
[KMSP Fox 9, Feb. 18, 2018] Two months after Hannah and Taylor Lindeman welcomed their third daughter, Poppy Noel, into the world, the proud parents finally got a chance to introduce her to the man who helped coach them through the roadside delivery.
[WCCO-TV, Dec. 25, 2017] As most people unwrapped presents Christmas morning, Hannah Lindeman and her husband Taylor were headed to
United Hospital in St. Paul with a daughter on the way.
[KARE 11, Dec. 29, 2017] Sometimes the most simple decisions have profound impacts in life.
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If you cannot get through on 911, call your county phone number.
For non-emergency medical transportation, call 651-222-0555.
primary service area encompasses about 1,200 square miles in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area and greater Minnesota.
Allina Health Emergency Medical Services is one of the region's largest ambulance and medical transport services.
Allina Health Emergency Medical Services: Community report
In 2017, our 114 vehicles responded to more than 100,000 emergency calls across an 1,800-square-mile area.