Manitoba Government investing in new emergency medical services station in Selkirk
New Facility to Support Responsive, Reliable and Sustainable EMS System: Friesen
A new emergency medical services (EMS) facility will be constructed in Selkirk as part of Manitoba’s commitment to developing a flexible deployment model that ensures timely response to medical emergencies across the province, Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Cameron Friesen announced here today.
“Manitoba is committed to ensuring high-quality emergency medical services are available to residents throughout our province,” said Friesen. “The construction of a new EMS facility in Selkirk will assist in our efforts to build a more responsive, reliable and sustainable EMS system throughout the Interlake–Eastern Regional Health Authority.”