PO Box 181
Montello, WI 53949
Jarrad Jungenberg - Director
The Marquette County Emergency Services Department mission is to protect the lives of the citizens of Marquette County and other areas we serve, by providing quality service with dedicated professionals
The Marquette County Emergency Services Department is committed to being a proud, trusted, highly skilled and highly trained organization. We strive to provide rapid, quality Emergency Medical Services and response to the ever expanding needs of our community
Certification Levels of Our Staff
Technicians at this level have completed the requirements for all other EMT levels. The education of Paramedic personnel includes an additional 1,100 hours. 500 hours of classroom instruction, 300 hours of hospital skill application and 300 hours of field training with a paramedic ambulance provider. Paramedic certification fortifies our Advanced Life Support service with the performance of cardiac pacing, synchronized cardio version, surgical airway placement and rapid sequence intubations. Paramedics are proficient in the administration of numerous additional drug treatments for cardiac emergencies, substance overdoses and varied traumatic injuries
EMT Intermediate Enhanced
Technicians at this level must have completed the requirements for Basic EMT and IV Technician. Education of Enhanced personnel includes an additional 400 hours of classroom lecture, emergency room application and field training. Enhanced certification strengthens our Advanced Life Support service with the capability of the administration of Epinephrine, Lidocaine, Adenosine and Atropine for cardiac emergencies, Valium for seizure control, Morphine for pain intervention, Needle Decompression for chest injuries, Endotracheal Intubation for airway management and intraosseous infusion for pediatric care.
Training includes completion of the Basic EMT certification and an additional 100 hours of advanced skills development. This discipline includes competence in IV therapy, administration of Nitroglycerin for chest pain, D50 for diabetic emergencies and Albuterol and Atrovent for patients with respiratory distress.
Training includes 130 hours of classroom lecture, field study and emergency room participation. Students are certified in the treatment of a vast array of medical emergencies, trauma care, advanced airway intervention and defibrillation. EMTs at this level have the skill to administer basic drugs to combat the effects of allergic reactions, diabetic emergencies and chest pains.