Mesquite Fire and Rescue 24 hour call log July 23-25, 2018

7/25/2018 3:38:58AM Diabetic Rescue 11 and Rescue 31 responded to reports of a diabetic emergency. Rescue 11
transported one patient to a local hospital.

7/25/2018 12:23:11AM Patient Trans Rescue 31 responded to a local hospital for a patient transport to a Saint
George area hospital.

7/24/2018 7:58:46PM Patient Trans Rescue 31 responded to a local hospital for a patient transport to a Las Vegas
area hospital.

7/24/2018 6:16:48PM Sick Person Rescue 11 responded to reports of a sick person. The patient was transported to
a local hospital.

7/24/2018 2:37:12PM Fire Chief 2, Truck 11, Engine 31 and Rescue 31 responded to reports of an oven fire.
Fire was contained to oven with no extension to the structure.

7/24/2018 10:29:32AM Sick Person Rescue 32 responded to a sick person. Patient did not wish to be transported to
hospital by ambulance.

7/24/2018 10:10:22AM Falls Rescue 31 responded to a fall. One person transported to the local hospital.

7/24/2018 9:40:52AM Patient Trans Rescue 11 responded to the local hospital to transport a Critical Care Transport
request to a Las Vegas area hospital.

7/24/2018 8:10:25AM Stroke (CVA) Rescue 11 and Rescue 31 responded to a possible stroke patient. Rescue 11
transported to the local hospital with the crew of Rescue 31 on board.

7/24/2018 2:13:00AM Patient Trans Rescue 31 responded to a local hospital and transported 1 person to a Las Vegas
area hospital.

7/23/2018 11:31:39PM Hemorrhage Rescue 31 responded to a a person who fell and was bleeding. Rescue 31 transported 1 person to a local hospital.

7/23/2018 9:25:50PM Abdominal Pain Rescue 11 responded to a person with abdominal pain. Transported 1 to a St.
George area hospital.

7/23/2018 7:44:23PM Chest Pain Rescue 31 and 32 responded to a person having chest pain. Rescue 32 was
released from the scene and Rescue 31 transported 1 to a local hospital.

7/23/2018 3:55:52PM Back Pain Rescue 11 Responded to patient with back pain. Transported to Hospital.

7/23/2018 2:10:45PM Falls R-31 Responded for a subject complaining of a ground level fall. R-31 treated
subject and cleared shortly afterwards

7/23/2018 1:40:19PM Sick Person Rescue 11 called to check on a patient with swollen feet.

7/23/2018 1:07:25PM Unconscious Rescues 11 and 32 responded to a report of an unconscious person. One patient
was transported to a St. George area hospital.

7/23/2018 12:57:33PM MVA with Injury Cancelled call

7/23/2018 12:36:45PM Sick Person Rescue 32 and Battalion 3 responded to a person who passed out. Person refused treatment and transport and all units went available.

7/23/2018 12:14:41PM Chest Pain Rescue 11 and Rescue 31 Responded to reported chest pain. 1 Patient transported to the local hospital.

7/23/2018 11:18:29AM Sick Person Rescue 11 dispatched for a report of a sick person. No patients were transported
to the hospital.

7/23/2018 10:36:13AM Sick Person Rescue 32 and Battalion 3 responded to a person complaining of nausea. Rescue 32 transported 1 to a local hospital and Battalion 3 went available.

7/23/2018 10:14:38AM Unconscious Rescues 11 and 32 responded to a report of an unconscious person One patient was transported to the hospital.

7/23/2018 9:33:26AM Patient Trans Rescue 31 responded to a local hospital and transported 1 to a Las Vegas area
hospital.

7/23/2018 8:09:46AM Falls Rescue 31 responded to a person who fell. Rescue 31 transported 1 to a local hospital.

Comments

  1. Mchelle Anderson says:

    Question: Out of 25 calls, 7 were transported to either St George or Las Vegas. This creates a lot of extra personnel time, more expenses to the department and patient and increasing risk of care. Why? I thought Mesa View was a REGIONAL hospital. Shouldnt it be offering more advanced emergency care and follow through medical care? I have gone to St George on my own several times because MV couldnt figure out what was wrong with me (shingles) and 5 hrs of needless tests in the ER for back pain (broken ribs). If I ever need to be transported Im requesting St George right off. MV is a beautiful hospital with great potential. Please make it more feasible for the locals.

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