Portal, AZ - Rodeo, NM

Serving The Communities Of Portal and Rodeo  (www.portal-rodeo.com)

Upcoming Special Events

The next class in Douglas begins August 23rd and ends December 15th.It is heldon Tuesday and Thursday (5:30-9:30pm AZ) with some Saturday classes/labs. It The attached flyer has approximate fees.

A reading test is required if you don't have a college degree.

Please let Jackie Lewis (520-558-2287) know if you are interested and also contact Cochise College representatives Tonya Randolph at 520-335-1884 or Kelly Juvara, Director of EMS at 520-452-2611 for scheduling and payments.


August 13 

The Trial Of Billy The Kid

A live play performed by local actors.      Preceded by dinner

Geronimo Event Center                             

Singing By Dan Crow: 4:00 pm (AZ) - 5:00 pm (NM)              

Dinner: 5:00 pm (AZ) - 6:00 pm (NM  

Play: 6:30 pm (AZ) - 7:30 pm (NM)

Cost: $30.00 for Concert, Dinner & Play          $10.00 for the Play alone

Contact Bill Cavaliere: billcavaliere@hotmail.com


A Fund Raising Event For The Cochise County Historical Society


August 13 


August 23 - December 15

What’s Involved In Being An EMT?

PR is an all-volunteer department. EMTs are on call 24/7 and respond to medical emergencies whenever they are available. We do not have enough EMTs to have a rotating roster.

We are an all-BASIC unit with no paramedics on our roster. Douglas Fire Department (DFD) holds the certificate of necessity for our area. We transfer patient care to the DFD medic or to a helicopter transport medic.

After certifying as an EMT, and joining PR, additional self-study sessions with quizzes are required by our base hospital (Tucson Medical Center) so we can comply with their administrative orders. Recertifying every 2 years in CPR and EMT skill will typically require 24-32 hours in class attendance. Additional training is available and EMTs are encouraged to attend those sessions when possible.

I cannot tell you how many hours you would be volunteering each month because the number of calls that you might be able to go on vary. I would plan a minimum of 4-5 hours per month for training and vehicle checks.

I can tell you that it is personally rewarding to be able to help friends and neighbors in a time of crisis.

Hope this helps! If you have any other questions, please call me.

Jackie Lewis



September 10