The Clear Lake Emergency Medical Corps maintains a fleet of five MICU type III ambulances and two Emergency Response Vehicles. In addition to response vehicles, we have a utility vehicle, a special operations trailer, and a Kawasaki Mule Medical Response All-Terrain Vehicle.
The Clear Lake Emergency Medical Corps ambulance crews consist of a minimum of one EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) and one Paramedic. Our units have the latest in medical equipment to include Physio Control Life Pak 15's, Ultrasound, Intravenous Pumps, and Ventilators (to include Bi-Pap and CPAP) to allow our medic to provide advance cardiac life support, trauma life support, pediatric advanced life support and a wide variety of other medical emergencies.
photo credit: Kristen Theriot
The Clear Lake Emergency Medical Corps Emergency Response Vehicles are used by the Command Staff who may need to move between calls to complete their supervisory duties and to allow for them to respond to allow for advanced practice procedures.
The Clear Lake Emergency Medical Corps Utility Vehicle is used to complete administrative duties and is used as a heavy hauler for our command trailer and Kawasaki Mule Medical Response All-Terrain Vehicle.
The Clear Lake Emergency Medical Corps Command Trailer allows for incident management on large scale scenes, mass casualty response, and treatment on medical standbys.
The Clear Lake Emergency Medical Corps maintains a Kawasaki Mule Medical Response All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) that has been equipped with stretcher, medical equipment and warning lights. This ATV is used for large events and medical standbys and as an education tool in the Clear Lake Emergency Medical Corps "Don't Die Needlessly" teenager drunk driver prevention program.