EMT Burkland and EMT Toth training hard during a cardiac arrest patient scenario. We at Eagle are life-long learners, and our training is very important to us.
Life as an EMT
EMT Haynes posing in front of Eagle 10 in our ambulance bay. She always brings a warm smile and amicable personality to her shift.
Sunrise at Eagle
Our Montana City station on a partly cloudy, cool Saturday morning.
Inside the front cabin of our Eagle 4: the ambulance we use for 911 calls.
EMT Schmitt and EMT Crooks during our recent IV/IO EMT Endorsement course. Both were practicing how to establish intraosseous access in pork legs that were donated from a local butcher shop.
Five of our ambulances in front of our Montana City station just after washing on a warm, sunny afternoon.
Life in EMS
EMT Ullrey posing infront of Eagle 4. He is a longttime employee of Eagle Ambulance, a current paramedic student, and an incredible asset to our crew!
Sunset at Eagle
The sun finally setting after a busy Thursday at our Montana City Station.
Inside the front cabin of Eagle 4 facing just outside of our Montana City station.
Meet Maggie, our Montana City station's therapy lamb. She hails from the residence of our company's owner and has a spontaneous behavior much like the 24/7 unpredictable nature that is inherent to working in EMS at Eagle!
Stronger and Better Together
Five of our distinguished staff - some new to EMS and others quite experienced - posing in front of Eagle 3: our cherry red interfacility transport ambulances. At Eagle, our diverse backgrounds permit us to learn from each other and build each other up.
A Mobile Hospital Room
A view of the back of Eagle 4. Cabinets line every wall to ensure that our providers have the equipment we need to deliver care fast.
An EMS Fleet
Six of our ambulances lined up in front of our Montana City Station.
Our Station Manager
Alongside patient care, Paramedic Fox is responsible for the leadership, professional development, and management of all EMT's, AEMT's, and Paramedics who work at our Montana City Station.
Six of our crew members pose in front of Eagle 10 on a chilly winter evening.
Optimal Care Always
EMT Zwijack poses in front of the open back cabin of Eagle 3 in our Montana City Station as he finishes an ambulance check. At Eagle, every morning we perform daily checks of our ambulances to ensure they are ready for whatever our community requests.
We Stand Prepared
Three of the six garage doors at our Montana City Station. Our facility is designed to permit our employees to exit our station and proceed enroute to any location in a quick, efficient manner.
Care With A Smile
EMT Montanye poses as she washes Eagle 4 outside of our Montana City Station. Her smile is a great representation of the kind-hearted professionalism that we strive to express at Eagle.
Teamwork Makes Any Dream Work
A large number of our Montana City crew. We are always here and ready to answer any call, any day, and any time.
“Death always wins, but there is power in our tiniest moments, humanity in shedding petty concerns to make room for compassion. We witness, take part, heal.”—Daniel José Older