• A SHIFT 

    B SHIFT 

    C SHIFT 

    "Just for you Fitz"

     Incidents By Shift

    A Shift

    923

    B Shift

    933

    C Shift

    933

    Total

    2789

    Runs by Company

    Eng. 1-2 342
    Eng. 1-3 37
    Eng. 1-4 235
    Truck 1 203


    2017 EMS Responses

    2460

    As of 07/14/2017

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  • Behavioral Health
    Updated On: Mar 09, 2017

    Traditionally, medical and physical fitness have been prioritized above emotional or behavioral fitness in the Fire Service. However, it is clear from the aftermath of 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, and other disasters that these priorities are now changing. With each passing year, research shows that fire personnel who balance physical, behavioral and emotional fitness have the best outcomes, whether one is looking at adjustment to becoming a fire fighter, ratings of career satisfaction, family well-being, or adjustment to retirement.

    There is growing concern about behavioral health issues and the significant impact on wellness. The stresses faced by fire fighters, paramedics and EMTs throughout the course of their careers -- incidents involving children, violence, inherent dangers of firefighting, and other potentially traumatic events – can have a cumulative impact on their mental health and well-being.


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