Yes the medlink unit (as long as it meets the criteria for colors, lights, number and designation) would be fine as well as your rescue. Like I said though just make sure you have the right numbers and colors and designations that can be found in the rules above Permalink
This I know and I believe it to be a generic enough term that it won't be a problem. I hear medic rescue on my ambulance service radios all time. I actually work for citizens ambulance out of Indiana county Permalink
Will do and also everyone i was thinking that it may be a good idea if we did the same thing as meddling where you need to get approval on your units, ours aren't going to have complex of rules but i still think it would be a good idea Permalink
This group is an ambulance/rescue service. Only Amblances, Squads with ALS/BLS capabilities, Heavy Rescues (ALS or BLS), fly cars, and EMS Chiefs (if you are a moderator) are allowed.
Water tanks are allowed if it is a secondary function. Example: A mini pumper with a primary role as a QRS unit is acceptable, A full sized engine that carries EMS equipment is NOT. That is a fire dept unit not and EMS unit
Also if you arent sure ask me on here or email me. my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Follow the rules i posted. I am updating them today. And I will be posting a unit sometime ib the next few days. I just switched jobs to a new EMS service that i am modeling this group after. And i just finished moving so i will have time shortly and i am sorry about the delay.
Any units not to the standards and regulations of the service will be removed and failure to comply to the rules numerous times will result in removal from the group. Permalink