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Welcome to the Official Web Site of Marlboro County Rescue (MCR). We hope you find your visit here to be informative and interesting.
Marlboro County Rescue (MCR) is the primary provider of Emergency Medical Services for Marlboro County, South Carolina. MCR is a non-profit EMS/Rescue Service that provides Advanced Life Support Emergency Medical Service to the citizens of and visitors to Marlboro County through an Enhanced 911 system 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
Serving a population of 29,000 people, MCR operates from 4 different locations in the county, staffing 4 Advanced Life Support ambulances and 1 Basic Life Support ambulance daily. We respond to over 5000 calls each year.
In addition to providing Emergency Medical Service, Marlboro County Rescue is also the exclusive provider of ALS and BLS transfer services for Marlboro Park Hospital. Click HERE to visit Marlboro Park Hospital's site.
Marlboro County Rescue also provides vehicle extrication and a water rescue team. We have 15 people trained as Hazardous Materials Technicians and 31 people trained to the Hazardous Materials Operations level. These people are part of Marlboro County's Special Operations Team.
To view Marlboro County Rescue's R.S.I. (Rapid Sequence Intubation) Protocol,
Check out the Blog of our Medical Control Physician, Dr. J.P. Saleeby. Lots of interesting stuff.
Check This Area Frequently for Updates From Marlboro County Rescue and the World of E.M.S..
Congratulations to our newest Paramedic, Maxie Porter. Maxie successfully completed his practical examination last week. It is now a wait on paperwork. Congratulations Maxie!!!!!
MCR is proud to announce improvements to our patient care capabilities. We recently received a second "autopulse" device from Zoll Medical. Medic 1 and Medic 2 are both now equipped with this life-saving device, and we also purchased BCI Capnograph II units for our medic trucks.
MCR's Annual Awards Banquet and Christmas Party was held at Captain George's Seafood Restaurant in Myrtle Beach. In an experimental change of format, MCR personnel decided that they wanted to change the way we celebrated Christmas together. Instead of a large party, we decided to have a quiet dinner with MCR personnel and their families. The 2008 Ryan Bozard award for clinical excellence was awarded to JoJo Turbeville, and the Dana Crosland award was given to Brent Steen. MCR personnel will decide shortly on what kind of Christmas gathering we will have this year.
An archive of older news is kept on file also.
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