Pembina County is very fortunate to have an Advanced Life Support Ambulance Service, right here in our rural community.
Posted 09/21/2016 read more »
Learn how the Walhalla Community provides strong support to each other.
Posted 08/17/2016 read more »
Afraid of Falling ?
Have you fallen in the last 2 years?
Are you afraid of falling?
Learn how to reduce your risk of falling
Thursdays Aug. 18-Sept 29th, 2016 at the Walhalla Senior Citizens center,
To Register Call 701-265-8411( NDSU Extension).
Posted 08/02/2016 read more »
The North Dakota Emergency Medical Services Rural Grant has helped Pembina Ambulance and many other ambulance services in the state continue support to their communities.
Posted 07/08/2016 read more »
The North Dakota General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. The Pembina County Commission has placed County Measure Number 1 on the ballot, proposing a 9-1-1 fee increase to $1.50 per month per phone line, which would include landlines and wireless phone lines. The language of the measure can be found below.
Posted 06/24/2016 read more »
Every day, emergency responders put their lives at risk every time they’re dispatched to traffic incidents on our roadways. Emergency Response agencies within Pembina County are being invited to participate in one of several Traffic Incident Management (TIM) trainings being held throughout this summer. The goal of the training is to ensure the safety of responders, the travelling public, and narrow the time from the initial crash to clearing the scene.
Posted 06/22/2016 read more »
Feature stories on each Ambulance Service in Pembina County will be printed in newspapers this summer. There are 4 Ambulance Services and 4 Quick Response Units, and we are very fortunate to have them!
Posted 05/26/2016 read more »
August 17th is a Health tracks day, please call Pembina County Public Health to set up an appointment, 701-265-4248.
Posted 05/18/2016 read more »
It takes a rare person and unique skills to be able to do the job required of a 911 dispatcher. They have the ability to stay calm under pressure and help you during what may be the worst-ever event in your life. They gather essential information related to your emergency and send the right kind of help to the right location. Potentially, they may provide medical or other instructions to you until help arrives.
Posted 04/14/2016 read more »
Learn about the excellent training available in our county, that enables local and regional training to people who need training for Emergency Medical Response.
Posted 03/31/2016 read more »
Summer weight limits for trucks will go into effect on Monday May, 9th.
Posted 03/08/2016 read more »