Cache County’s emergency medical services team came through the worst of the local coronavirus outbreak with flying colors, according to Logan Fire Chief Brad Hannig.
“The good news is that we were pretty consistently ahead of the curve,” Hannig told members of the governing board of the Cache County Emergency Medical Services Authority on May 19. “Our team did a good job of being proactive by staying up-to-date with developments about the disease. At times, we were days and even weeks ahead of other agencies across the state in responding to those issues.”
The Cache County EMS Authority provides emergency medical service and transportation to the local residents and visitors. With a membership of more than 300 EMS personnel, CCEMS provides advanced life support, paramedic transfer, rescue and ambulance services, as well as support to local first responder units.