Good job nice to see you are following through to help provide your community with stable emergency service. I would be happy to attend a meeting if you feel there is something more to talk about, looks to me like the biggest thing that needed to happen is working it's self out. John Ketchum From: klamathsiskiyouems-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:klamathsiskiyouems-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Butte Valley Ambulance Service Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2010 12:40 PM To: klamathsiskiyouems@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Cc: 'Darrel Todd'; 'Bill Reynolds'; 'Bob Hensley'; 'Debbie Farnam'; 'Kathy Farnam'; 'Liz Clontz'; bvhdwre@xxxxxxx; greggasurface@xxxxxxx Subject: Update from Butte Valley Ambulance Service Hello, The Butte Valley Ambulance Service, Inc. (BVAS) and the Dorris Volunteer Fire Department (DVFD) had a very nice dinner and meeting last Thursday evening at the Butte Valley Ambulance Service building. As reported in our email of February 11th, the BVAS and DVFD were in the process of meeting to develop ways to work mutually together to provide the best patient care for the citizens of Butte Valley. Our meeting on Thursday evening was very productive. The BVAS and DVFD agreed to a plan that we will try for 90 days. At the end of the 90 days we will meet again to discuss any issues that arise and also report back on efforts to recruit more EMTs and other emergency personnel. The plan we developed will provide a short term fix while recruitment and training are established. The ultimate goal is to recruit and train more EMTs in our area in effort to fully support the ambulance service. At the initial round table meeting in Keno in January it was mentioned that the group would have a follow up meeting to discuss the issues presented. Does anyone on the Klamath Siskiyou EMS group feel that a meeting needs to be scheduled at this time? The BVAS would offer to host the meeting if one is scheduled. Thank you. Heather Criss Butte Valley Ambulance Service, Inc.