Stuart Rescue

Stuart Rescue Stuart Rescue is devoted to serving our community and the communities around us by providing 24/7 Advanced Life Support services.
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06/03/2020

Hey all! Stuart Rescue wants YOU to join our team! We are on the look out for compassionate, respectful, and dedicated EMTs, Paramedics, and Volunteer Drivers to help serve our great community the best emergency service possible! 🚑

To inquire, email [email protected], call 515-523-2400, or PM us!

EMS is full of unknowns, chaos, and a constant change of plans. It’s full of missed milestones, birthdays, events, and h...
05/19/2020

EMS is full of unknowns, chaos, and a constant change of plans. It’s full of missed milestones, birthdays, events, and holidays spent at the station, ready to serve whoever may need us during their worst moments. Stuart Rescue families are the real MVPs. Their support, understanding, and encouragement keeps us focused and determined to do what we do 24/7. From the decorations in our living quarters, care packages, and freezer meals, to snacks and the hot suppers made and served by our wives and children, THANK YOU for coming together and making us feel loved and appreciated during EMS Week 2020 and ALWAYS! #EMSweek2020 #EMSstrong

Here at Stuart Rescue, we are INCREDIBLY grateful for the dedication, knowledge, integrity, and service this individual ...
05/05/2020

Here at Stuart Rescue, we are INCREDIBLY grateful for the dedication, knowledge, integrity, and service this individual brings to our Stuart community. Our friend is not feeling well, but is at home resting, recovering, and stable. We continue to pray for the health and wellbeing of ALL of our front line brothers and sisters, and continue to do everything in our power to ensure you all feel safe calling 911 for emergency services. 💙🚑 #heroesworkhere

Stuart Rescue is so proud to share our LOVE (not germs!) to our remarkable community members with our new window hearts ...
04/16/2020

Stuart Rescue is so proud to share our LOVE (not germs!) to our remarkable community members with our new window hearts display! Thank YOU, citizens of Stuart, for doing your part to keep our city safe and healthy during the Covid-19 pandemic. YOU make this city such a special place, and we are honored to serve you. 💙 #hearthunters #spreadlovenotgerms #stuartstrong

CONGRATULATIONS TO STUART RESCUE’S NEWEST REGISTERED NURSE!!!!! Lacy has been volunteering here with the rescue for abou...
01/17/2020

CONGRATULATIONS TO STUART RESCUE’S NEWEST REGISTERED NURSE!!!!! Lacy has been volunteering here with the rescue for about a year and a half and is such an asset to our unit. She has conquered nursing school, passed her NCLEX with flying colors, and today is OFFICIALLY Lacy Long, RN. We are so proud of you, Lacy, and are so blessed to have you on our crew!!

On this final day of 2019, we hope you are celebrating all you have accomplished this year and anticipating a joyful and...
12/31/2019

On this final day of 2019, we hope you are celebrating all you have accomplished this year and anticipating a joyful and peaceful 2020; however, let us remind you, DO NOT DO ANYTHING YOU WOULD NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN TO THE PARAMEDICS. 😁 Have a safe and happy New Year’s Eve!

Our Rescue Family was gifted the opportunity to bless a local family with Christmas gifts this year! So much love and co...
12/24/2019

Our Rescue Family was gifted the opportunity to bless a local family with Christmas gifts this year! So much love and compassion was shown by these courageous and faithful men and women. What an honor it is to serve the people of Stuart alongside each one of you!! Merry Christmas from our family to yours!!

Thank you so much to the Stuart Revitalization team for your generous donation from the Best of the Block BBQ Cookoff! W...
11/23/2019

Thank you so much to the Stuart Revitalization team for your generous donation from the Best of the Block BBQ Cookoff! We are sincerely grateful for everything you have done and continue to do for our amazing Stuart community!

COME JOIN US! 😃
11/12/2019

COME JOIN US! 😃

If you see this cool kid around town today, make sure to wish him a happy birthday!!! Happy birthday, Sean!!
09/29/2019

If you see this cool kid around town today, make sure to wish him a happy birthday!!! Happy birthday, Sean!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO STUART RESCUE’S NEWEST PARAMEDIC, LEVI JOHNSON!!!!! Levi is a Stuart native who has worked with the R...
09/07/2019

CONGRATULATIONS TO STUART RESCUE’S NEWEST PARAMEDIC, LEVI JOHNSON!!!!! Levi is a Stuart native who has worked with the Rescue as an EMT for two years. After continuing his education and passing all of the testing, HE IS OFFICIALLY A PARAMEDIC!!!! Way to go, Levi!! We could not be more proud to have you on our team!

A HUGE SHOUT OUT goes to the Stuart Fire Department for coming to the rescue when our truck broke down during a call las...
08/13/2019

A HUGE SHOUT OUT goes to the Stuart Fire Department for coming to the rescue when our truck broke down during a call last night! Chief Renslow and Stephen Martinson brought Unit 2 to us and helped limp Unit 1 back to the station. What an incredible service for such a wonderful community! THANK YOU, GUYS!!

Calling all EMTs and Paramedics!The small, warm, and welcoming city of Stuart is looking to add friendly, self-motivated...
07/28/2019

Calling all EMTs and Paramedics!

The small, warm, and welcoming city of Stuart is looking to add friendly, self-motivated PRN Paramedics and EMTs to the crew of Stuart Rescue!

Our paramedics and EMTs work 24-hour shifts with full access to the day room and sleeping quarters. Flexible scheduling is available along with competitive pay and select benefits, such as IPERS.

Individuals must be at least 18 years of age and currently certified to work as an EMT or Paramedic through the state of Iowa. They must have BLS/ACLS/PALS certifications, must have a clean driving record, and have, or be able to obtain, a chauffeur's license. Having taken a CEVO/EVOC course is preferred and will be required.

Stuart Rescue is a recreational drug free workplace.

If you are interested in joining our roster, please email us at [email protected], direct Facebook message us, or give us a call at 515-523-2400.

From your EMS friends here at Stuart Rescue, have a happy and SAFE Independence Day!
07/04/2019

From your EMS friends here at Stuart Rescue, have a happy and SAFE Independence Day!

Stuart Rescue
06/29/2019

Stuart Rescue

Hey all! It's been a busy couple of months here at Stuart Rescue! DID YOU KNOW you have a new Director of EMS? Meet Crit...
06/29/2019

Hey all! It's been a busy couple of months here at Stuart Rescue! DID YOU KNOW you have a new Director of EMS? Meet Critical Care Paramedic, Sean Bovinett! Sean began his EMS career in 2015, and has served our great city on the Rescue Crew for the past year. He is charismatic, dedicated, and is passionate about serving the vulnerable, sick, and the most needy. Most importantly, Sean is determined to do his part in making Stuart, Iowa the best place it can possibly be. Sean and his wife, Katelyn, reside in Dexter with their four children, Lydia, Sheldon, Zeke, and Willow, and their Great Dane, Odie. In the very little free time he gets, Sean enjoys spending time outdoors with his family, maintaining his precious yard, working on projects, and going on long runs through town. If you see this guy around, say hello! 😃

06/28/2019

Calling all EMTs and Paramedics!

The small, warm, and welcoming city of Stuart is looking to add friendly, self-motivated PRN Paramedics and EMTs to the crew of Stuart Rescue!

Our paramedics and EMTs work 24-hour shifts with full access to the day room and sleeping quarters. Flexible scheduling is available along with competitive pay and select benefits, such as IPERS.

Individuals must be at least 18 years of age and currently certified to work as an EMT or Paramedic through the state of Iowa. They must have BLS/ACLS/PALS certifications, must have a clean driving record, and have, or be able to obtain, a chauffeur's license. Having taken a CEVO/EVOC course is preferred and will be required.

Stuart Rescue is a recreational drug free workplace.

If you are interested in joining our roster, please email us at [email protected], direct Facebook message us, or give us a call at 515-523-2400.

🍁Happy Thanksgiving🍁
11/22/2018

🍁Happy Thanksgiving🍁

Be sure to come out to see Santa Saturday November 24th at the Stuart Fire and Rescue Station. 🎅🎅
11/19/2018

Be sure to come out to see Santa Saturday November 24th at the Stuart Fire and Rescue Station. 🎅🎅

So true, even right here in Guthrie County.  The next time you call 911 remember this....the person's responding to your...
11/02/2018
'The Pay Is Just Not Enough.' EMTs Are Working Multiple Jobs Just to Make Ends Meet

So true, even right here in Guthrie County. The next time you call 911 remember this....the person's responding to your call for help and the person's that could possibly save your life are making less than a CNA in hospital and most likely they've come off of another shift prior to the one they're on with you. The State mandates taxes for Police protection and Fire protection but not Medical. The last I knew there were over 6 medical calls to 1 fire call in the State of Iowa which I'm sure is higher now. 🤔

And the complexities of the job are often misunderstood.

New concrete for the Stuart Fire and Rescue building.  Thanks to Mortenson and GCC Concrete for providing this improveme...
09/16/2018

New concrete for the Stuart Fire and Rescue building. Thanks to Mortenson and GCC Concrete for providing this improvement to our departments.

911 You called me for what?
09/11/2018

911 You called me for what?

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Westcom Emergency Communications
08/08/2018

Westcom Emergency Communications

9-1-1 Education Tip of the Day: Call if you can. Text if you can't.

We have noticed the advice in the first picture going around social media. We're here today to dispel the myths and set the record straight on how 9-1-1 works and the best ways to get you help in an emergency.

Repeatedly pressing your lock button on an iOS phone will indeed bring up the screen with an Emergency SOS option that will call 9-1-1 if swiped. This DOES NOT, however, send us a GPS ping of your location and automatically trip a police officer.

When calls come in to the 9-1-1 center the lat/long coordinates we receive are either from the cell tower the call is coming from or an estimated location based on triangulation - a technology much less reliable than apps like Uber use. Dispatchers must confirm the location with you to ensure police/fire/EMS are sent to the correct location.

There are programs available to help increase the quality of information callers can provide to dispatchers at the onset of the call. Filling out a profile on Smart911.com will deliver us your location, name, address, medical conditions, and any other information you choose to provide. Your information is secure and completely customizable. It is only accessible to dispatchers for a limited time after you dial 9-1-1.

So what should you do if you need help but can't talk? TEXT! All 9-1-1 centers across Iowa are now able to receive text messages. Simply send a message to "911" the same way you would text any other phone number.

Questions? Leave a comment below.

06/28/2018
Stuart Speedway

Stuart Speedway

The races for Friday, June 29 are ON AS SCHEDULED!!! We will be starting an hour late due to the heat, but we will work hard to get the show done in a timely manner. There will be a MANDATORY drivers meeting at 7:45 and hot laps will start promptly at 8pm. Stay hydrated and we’ll see you tomorrow night!!

06/28/2018

The National Weather Service in Des Moines has issues a severe thunderstorm warning for both Adair and Guthrie Counties until Noon. This storm is capable of strong damaging winds and quarter size hail.

With all the events going on for “Good Egg Days” today, please remember to stay hydrated, stay cool, and rest when you c...
06/16/2018

With all the events going on for “Good Egg Days” today, please remember to stay hydrated, stay cool, and rest when you can.

With the help of the Guthrie County Community Foundation Grant, the Stuart Rescue Department was able to purchase a new ...
05/18/2018

With the help of the Guthrie County Community Foundation Grant, the Stuart Rescue Department was able to purchase a new Stryker Power Pro XT ambulance cot. This cot was much needed as one of our cots had stopped working and was unrepairable. The purchase price was just over $15,000 and with the $3,500 received from the GCCF we were able to replace the broken cot. We have received this cot and it is in service.

The Stuart Rescue Department took delivery of a new Lucas 3 CPR machine on Tuesday, May 8th.  This machine was awarded t...
05/18/2018

The Stuart Rescue Department took delivery of a new Lucas 3 CPR machine on Tuesday, May 8th. This machine was awarded to EMS departments in different counties FREE of through a Department of Public Health grant. The cost of this machine is approximately $15,000. This is Stuart Rescues 2nd Lucas CPR Device.

05/05/2018

We had our 1yr follow up State inspection last Thursday and we are proud to say everything went great! Stuart Rescue has been relicensed until 2021. Great job team!

Raccoon Valley Radio
04/30/2018
Raccoon Valley Radio

Raccoon Valley Radio

Guthrie County Sheriff's Office Looking for Information on Missing Bagley Teen.

04/09/2018
Central Iowa Emergency Medical Services Director's Association

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As we continue to progress with innovative ways that Pulsara can be used to improve patient care, we would like to ask you to add a couple of pieces of information when sending a Pulsara alert for a CPR in progress Starting April 11th. Please include the initial rhythm that is present and what type of location the patient was found..i.e. home, skilled nursing, hospice, business. One of the recent additions to Pulsara for the hospitals will allow additional teams to be created for them internally. For example, this particular request is due to the creation of an ECMO alert pathway for Iowa Methodist. With this additional information, the hospital will determine if they want to expand the alert to the ECMO team pathway. Both Mercy and UPH are utilizing Pulsara for internal operations that are beyond what we envisioned. Ultimately, the patient is the winner with more accurate communication and more rapid intervention! As always, please remember to follow up with a quick phone call to the receiving facility once Pulsara is sent for critical patients such as a CPR. (to ensure dual process while we are still in the implementation stage)

A small grass fire with Stuart Fire Dept.
04/06/2018

A small grass fire with Stuart Fire Dept.

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211 E Front St
Stuart, IA
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Thanks for your quick response assisting Menlo Sun night.