PSCS News

Congratulations to Blasia Benko on being the recipient of the 2020 PSCS Scholarship.  Blasia, who works for Moose Jaw & District EMS, received the scholarship on completion of her ACP.

Congratulations to Karisa Boschman on being the recipient of the 2020 PSCS Memorial Scholarship.  Karisa, who works for Wakaw & District EMS, received the scholarship on completion of her Community Paramedicine education.

All the best to both of you!

To apply for the 2021 scholarships, please refer to the Recognition section of this website and apply before December 31st.  If you need more information, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

SPS Recipients 2019

Congratulations to the 18 EMS recipients of the Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal this fall. Pictured are the recipients at the October 9, 2019 ceremony: (back row) Allan Schneider of WestMed Paramedics, Robert Wickenberg and Rob Dziadyk of Medavie Health Services West, Theresa Westbury of Dinsmore EMS, Brett Hart of Medavie Health Services West, Rhonda and David Mortensen of Humboldt and District Ambulance Service; (front row) Ian Larocque and Derek Dagenais of Humboldt and District Ambulance Service, and Ian MacCuish of Lanigan District Ambulance. Also receiving the award in different ceremonies, and not pictured, are: Debra Bowman of Dodsland EMS, Cory Brossart of Regina EMS, Robert Degenstien of Macklin EMS, Bonnie Evenson of Frontier and District Ambulance, Kirby Johns of Regina EMS, Bert Kauf of Weyburn EMS, Ray Malach of Shamrock Ambulance Care and Trent Wilson of Medavie Health Services West.

 

Congratulations to the 18 EMS recipients of the Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal this fall. Pictured: (back row) Allan Schneider of WestMed Paramedics, Robert Wickenberg and Rob Dziadyk of Medavie Health Services West, Theresa Westbury of Dinsmore EMS, Brett Hart of Medavie Health Services West, Rhonda and David Mortensen of Humboldt and District Ambulance Service; (front row) Ian Larocque and Derek Dagenais of Humboldt and District Ambulance Service, and Ian MacCuish of Lanigan District Ambulance. Also receiving, but not pictured, the award were: Debra Bowman of Dodsland EMS, Cory Brossart of Regina EMS, Robert Degenstien of Macklin EMS, Bonnie Evenson of Frontier and District Ambulance, Kirby Johns of Regina EMS, Bert Kauf of Weyburn EMS, Ray Malach of Shamrock Ambulance Care and Trent Wilson of Medavie Health Services West.

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Effective May 9, 2019, Saskatchewan Emergency Medical Services is now known as Paramedic Services Chiefs of Saskatchewan. 

The name change to Paramedic Services Chiefs of Saskatchewan demonstrates the evolution of ambulance services or Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to more representative of the vast diversity offered of Paramedic Services and the leadership that the Chiefs of such organizations contribute to the province and healthcare system. 

PSCS (Paramedic Services Chiefs of Saskatchewan) is a member-based organization dedicated to maintaining high quality and accountable paramedic services in Saskatchewan.  As subject matter experts, we are the voice of the profession and serve both the public and its members directly and through strong stakeholder partnerships.

With a VISION of All Saskatchewan people have fair access to quality paramedic services PSCS strives to achieve its strategic imperative through the VALUES that include innovation, patient-centered practices, accountability and paramedic system advancement.

Congratulations to Destin Ash from Hutch Ambulance Service - Assiniboia, Nichole Blosky from the Saskatchewan Health Authority (Eston), Elizabeth Hiebert from the Saskatchewan Health Authority (Kerrobert) and Frank Richardson from the Saskatchewan Health Authority (Meadow Lake) on receiving the Paramedic Services Chiefs of Saskatchewan's Star of Life Medal (Individual) for acts of bravery or excellence.

Congratulations to the following teams who worked together the night of April 6, 2018 when the Humboldt Bronco's Team Bus crashed on its way to a play off game in Nipawin, on receiving the Star of Life Medal (Team).

Parkland Ambulance Communications Team –  Natasha Cameron Danielle Henry, Jessica Jabusch, Betty Lussier, Jill Stefanick, and Lyndsie St. Onge

Parkland Communications Resized

 Melfort Ambulance Care Team -- Alexander Dyck, Jason Hus, Cherie Krasko, Jillian Neufeld, Colleen Therres and Wayne Therres

Melfort Resized

 North East EMS Team — Dustin Baker, Jessica Brost, Blake Carroll, Leah Neudorf, Kyle Eastwood, Rachelle Fontaine, Rylan Jacobson, Deanndra King, Ken Kirk, Lyle Moffat, Carley Pidlisny, Barry Thompson and Michael Zich

North East EMS resized

 Tisdale Ambulance Care Team —Paige Cottyn, Kelsey Gurbach, Mitchell Lapchuk, Krisna Ly, Warren Swaney, Michelle Taylor and Dylan White

Tisdale resized

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