Rural/Metro Plays Santa Claus
On Christmas Day, Rural/Metro ambulances granted holiday wishes to several Colorado Springs residents. Three residents of local skilled nursing facilities were given charitable ambulance rides home to visit their families, as part of Rural/Metro's Home for the Holidays program. An additional three residents, who do not have family in the area, received gifts from Rural/Metro and visits from the paramedics.
Aurora Responders Honored For Outstanding Service During Mass Casualty Theater Shooting
AURORA, Colo. (Sept. 5, 2012) – When senseless tragedy struck at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado during the early morning hours of July 20th, Rural/Metro paramedics, EMTs, dispatchers and other support personnel worked tirelessly to care for the victims of the mass casualty shooting. Those employees were recently honored by Rural/Metro and officials from the City of Aurora for their outstanding courage and commitment to the citizens of that community.
Rural/Metro Donates $10,000 to Aurora Victim Relief
Company to Forgive Medical Transportation Costs for Uninsured
AURORA, Colo. (August 1, 2012) – In a show of support and commitment to the citizens of Aurora, Colorado, Rural/Metro will make a $10,000 donation to the “Century 16 Theater Donations” bank account set up by the City of Aurora to assist victims of the tragedy.
YMCA Youth Swim Team Wins Relay Against Paramedics
Members of the Littleton YMCA Swim Team won a relay for charity
against paramedics from Rural/Metro Ambulance
The competition was fierce, but four Rural/Metro Ambulance paramedics were no match for the 7- to 12-year-old Littleton YMCA Swim Team swimmers during a relay race for charity and water safety awareness.
Who's More Stressed? The House or Senate?
Rural/Metro-Pridemark Ambulance Releases Results from Informal Blood Pressure Checks at the State Capitol
On March 12th, at the State Capitol, Rural/Metro-Pridemark Ambulance employees checked the blood pressures (BPs) of State lawmakers and staff to identify whether the House or Senate is “more stressed.” According to the results of this unscientific, informal survey the House has a higher average BP, making it more “stressed” than the Senate.