Emergency Medical Service

Upon request, the E.M.S. Division will provide:
  • Group presentations on medical issues
  • Provide information / referrals regarding special medical needs
  • CPR classes for individuals - $10/person, 3rd Wednesday of every other month (no summers; January, March, May, September, and November), group classes require additional fee and can be arranged through the medical officer
CPR Classes
For further information regarding other CPR courses, call the American Red Cross at 360-377-3761, Northwest Regional EMS at 360-479-5631 or Kitsap County EMS at 360-447-2066.
Fire Boat
Health Care providers requiring CPR training may call Harrison Medical Center, Department of Organizational Development, at 360-377-3911 or Educational Services at 360-744-6765 or email them for more information.

The Bremerton Fire Department also offers group and specialized CPR classes (CPR-A.E.D., infant / child CPR and Health Care Provider CPR) for a charge. If your business or organization would like a CPR class, either at your site or at the fire station, please contact Lynn Horish, Bremerton Fire Department, at 360-473-5390.

Learn CPR
Learn CPR is a free public service supported by the University of Washington School of Medicine. It facilitates learning the basics of CPR and includes free mobile training applications for the iPhone and Android phones. The site will be updated soon to include the new American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines.

Line Personnel
  • 15 Paramedics
  • 7 EMT / IVs
  • 26 EMT-Bs
Staff Personnel
  • 1 Medical Services Officer (Captain)
  • 3 Frontline ALS Ambulances (All Type 1)
  • 2 Backup ALS Ambulance (Type 1)
  • 3 Frontline (BLS) Engines with AED
  • 3 Backup BLS engines
All paramedics and EMTs are under north west Regional EMS protocols and Medical Program Director Dr. Scott Davarn. For more information contact the director by telephone at 360-473-5390.

Notice of Privacy Practices
As an essential part of our commitment to you, Bremerton Fire Department maintains the privacy of certain confidential health care information about you, known as Protected Health Information (PHI). We are required by law to protect your health care information and to provide you a Notice of Privacy Practices (PDF).

The notice outlines our legal duties and privacy practices with respect to your PHI. It not only describes our privacy practices and your legal rights but lets you know, among other things, how Bremerton Fire Department is permitted to use and disclose PHI about you, how you can access and copy that information, how you may request amendment of that information, and how you may request restrictions on our use and disclosure of PHI.

Bremerton Fire Department is also required to abide by the terms of this version of this notice currently in effect. In most situations we may use this information as described in this Notice without your permission, but there are some situations where we may use it only after we obtain your written authorization, if we are required by law to do so.

We respect your privacy, and treat all health care information about our patients with care under strict policies of confidentiality that all of our staff are committed to following at all times.