For Emergencies, Dial 911
Medical services are provided to the Town of Scott by North Memorial Ambulance Service and the Webb Lake Area First Responders and EMTs.
WEBB LAKE AREA FIRST RESPONDERS and EMTs, Inc.
The Webb Lake Area First Responders and EMTs organization is a separate entity from, and is not financially supported by, North Memorial Ambulance Service.
The Webb Lake Area First Responders group operates under the medical direction of Dr. John Lyng, the medical director for North Memorial Ambulance Service. The two organizations work closely together for their mutual benefit and the benefit of all patients.
The EMS First Responder volunteers provide 24/7 pre-hospital emergency medical services, at no charge, responding directly from their homes. Members are nationally certified and licensed by the State of Wisconsin to provide basic life support and initial treatment for medical emergencies until the ambulance arrives. It is a non-profit group, relying entirely on donations to purchase medical supplies and equipment and pay for training and operating expenses.
Donations to the organization can be sent to Marie Bernatz, Treasurer, 1826 Kessler Road, Danbury, WI 54830.
If you’re interested in becoming a Webb Lake Area First Responder, please contact Chairman Lisa Carson at 715-416-0254; Treasurer Marie Bernatz at 612-718-3006, or Secretary Dawn McConnell at 715-635-7088. We’d like to have you join our team!
NORTH MEMORIAL AMBULANCE SERVICE
North Memorial Health Ambulance Service provides Basic, Advanced EMT and Paramedic services in Burnett County. Stations are located at A&H, Webster and Grantsburg.