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The below links are updated regularly.

Please check them daily to stay informed

Todays Radio Channels


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An application has been created to help provide access to the links and information utilized daily in one simple place.

The app contains the links to:

  • Telestaff

  • MeRS

  • OKTA

  • FAST Evaluation

  • QR Update Page

  • Email Distribution List

Additionally, the app provides easy access to:

  • A contact list for Managers and Supervisors

  • The schedule of upcoming skills classes, CE Courses, and CPR Renewal classes

  • Important Updates – designed to provide immediate access to urgent/important information

  • The above link will open your phone’s web browser and take you to the site.

  • In your phone’s web browser settings, select “Add to Home screen”

  • Navigate to your home screen, an icon of an ambulance with a blue background will appear.

  • From now on, all you need to do is click on the icon and the “MAS Employee Zone” app will open.




  • The app is designed to function on both iOS and Android.

  • The app requires cell reception / internet connection to function.

  • The app may not work on tablet devices.

  • The password to access the QR updates is the same to access the employee zone within the McCormick website.


Contact HR or your Field Supervisor if you do not have the password.


(Just the newest information)

Posted 01/28/2021

As the global pandemic continues, we have received isolated reports of suspicious activity that appears to be an attempt to gain access to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) on board EMS units.

Recently, a GMR ambulance crew encountered an individual who stated that someone had been shot and and they wanted our crew to go help. The crew called 911. When the police arrived, they found no one had been shot or evidence of any incident, at all. The police advised this has been occurring recently to divert responders away from ambulances/law-enforcement vehicles to steal PPE and belongings.

Valuable Vehicle Safety Tips to Remember

  • Pay attention to your surroundings at all times

  • Stay in contact with your partners

  • Ensure that, when units are left unattended, all doors and compartments are locked and your personal belongings are secure

  • Do not leave PPE or personal items visible to bystanders (i.e. lying on seats, dashboards, etc.)

  • Ensure facilities (deployment areas, stations, air bases, etc.) are secure, especially areas where PPE is stored

  • When possible, park units in high-visibility areas with good lighting and/or consider assigning one person to monitor the security of the vehicle

  • Report any suspicious activity to local law enforcement immediately


(Important info that has not changed from the last Quick Response updates)


We are going back to documenting all call offs and assigning points. If the call off is for a sick reason, you will need to complete the mast tool through this link.

*Landing Zone UPDATE




The following update is in regard to PPE for all HCP’s within 6 feet of a patient. Please follow these guidelines and remember, hand washing and ambulance decon procedures using company approved disinfectant (Pro-Tech) should be utilized after all patient contacts/transports. Utilize the ambulance fogger for confirmed COVID positive and or suspected COVID patients when available. Contact your on-duty supervisor for fogging guidelines.


•Due to known community spread, ALL patients both medical and trauma shall be considered COVID positive. Any response to a group home (homeless shelter, convalescent home, jails, etc.), minimize first responder entry and all personnel entering the facility shall wear surgical mask, goggles, and gloves, at minimum, regardless of social distancing or separation.

•Surgical mask for the patient. Best way to reduce your exposure

•N95 (preferred) or surgical mask for all routine patient contacts

•N95 required for all aerosolizing procedures

•Gown (new standard for ALL patients)

•Double gloves

•Eye protection

•Large biohazard/trash bags and disinfectant wipes

Please review this link which has very detailed information

This link gives specific guidelines on extended and reuse guidance for ppe



Please make sure you are always monitoring yourself for Covid-19 signs and symptoms. If you have any of the following DO NOT COME TO WORK. Contact Luke 909-702-1935 or Mike Jones 909-908-0707 for assistance if you have any of the symptoms listed below. We will refer you to the nurse navigational tools for evaluation.


Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:


Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing



Muscle pain

Sore throat

New loss of taste or smell


Please go to this link and fill out the questionnaire after every suspected or confirmed patient. Please forward the questionnaire responses to



If you get a phone call from Erin it most likely means you have transported a confirmed Covid patient. McCormick reaches out to all crew members involved in a call to notify them. We give the end date of when to look for symptoms (14 days from exposure) and we also email a MAST tool link to be completed by the caregiver. Here is the link if you don’t check your email or didn’t locate it.


Please do not park calls that need to be deleted. Just put DELETE in the case number box and leave the call on the device. The supervisor will go in as an administrator and delete the call from the device.


If you are not feeling well, please do not come to work. If you start to feel sick at work isolate yourself and notify your sup you need to go home immediately.


If you experience anything below isolate immediately. Do not go to work or remain at work.

Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:


Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing



Muscle pain

Sore throat

New loss of taste or smell

A. Login into MEDS and check for parked calls. Transmit any call that needs to be transmitted. If a call needs to be deleted, please work with your supervisor to complete it.

B. Check Telestaff to ensure you have punched in and out for any and all shifts you worked.

C. Check Success Factors for any outstanding online courses


If you are at work, you must have a mask on. In the station, outside the station, in the ambulance etc. You must have a mask on. If you are actively eating (food in hand) you can be without the mask as long as you are six feet from anyone else at all times. If you are in your bed sleeping, you can be without a mask as long as you are behind your barrier with the greatest distance allowable between rescuers. This includes sleeping in the opposite direction as station mates to increase distancing.






You must scan the QR code prior to entering your workstation when you arrive. You must complete the survey. If you answer yes to any questions, do not enter the building. Follow the prompts on the survey submission on what needs to be done.


*If you answer yes to any symptom related questions, it’s a sign that you should not have shown up to work. PLEASE DO NOT ARRIVE TO WORK WITH SYMPTOMS


If you are on a 48, you must do a new survey immediately on the start of your new shift.


You must complete the survey prior to passing the check in table. If you have entered the building without completing the survey you will be subject to discipline. This is for your safety, your partners safety and the community


It must be completed prior to entering the building or within 10 minutes of shift start on a 48. Supervisors will be auditing daily and will be issuing discipline for non-compliance. This is for everyone’s safety



This virus is real, we need to take it seriously and we need to make sure we do not let our guard down or become complacent. This includes in our regular lives. This video shows local caregivers with no health issues battling this illness. We have the power to

reduce transmission for ourselves, our partners, our coworkers, our families and the community. Let’s lead by example.

Click the buttons below to see older posts

Click the button below to be directed to the GMR webpage containing the latest information on the corona virus

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