LCFR is very active within our community and we have many local partners. Here are a list of partners that we deal with day in and day out! Thank you for everything you do for us and the Lake Country community.
Dr. Timothy Westlake and the Lake Country Emergency Physicians provide LCFR EMS medical direction, EMS training and QI. This partnership has been in place for over 20 years!
Kettle Moraine High School of Health Sciences (HS2)
Kettle Moraine High School is the public high school that our southern communities attend. The High School of Health Sciences (HS2) is a public charter school that exists on the KMHS Campus. Each grade level for HS2 students receive experiences with LCFR such as: introductory to the fire/ems field workshops, Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) classes, “Life at the Firehouse” and internship opportunities. This partnership has been in place since 2014. Steve Plum is the HS2 Director and he pacesetter for this partnership.
Arrowhead High school
Arrowhead High School is the public high school that our northern communities attend. LCCR and the Training Center attend events there to promote the fire and EMS field as well as offering introductory workshops for sophomores in the health practicum program at AHS. In 2018 the Training Center offered its first EMT class to AHS seniors. We look forward to develop more programs with AHS in the future.
Aurora Summit Hospital provides LCFR with many services. Dr. Christopher George (Emergency Physician) along with Al Davies RN (Emergency Services Community Educator) provides medical direction, education and support for the Lake Country Fire & Rescue Training Center. Aurora Summit also provides Lake Country Fire & Rescue Training Center EMS students priceless clinical experiences in the Emergency Room and around other departments in the hospital.
St. John’s northwestern military academy
St. John's Northwestern Military Academy is a private, college preparatory and leadership development school located in Delafield that combines personalized academic instruction, mandatory participation in athletics, ongoing instruction in ethics and values, and a structured, military-style environment that together allows students an opportunity to achieve at their full potential. SJNMA provides their students EMS educational opportunities at LCFR along with providing LCFR staff training opportunities on the SJNMA campus.