New med flight

Status
Not open for further replies.

green737

Member
Joined
Mar 7, 2008
Messages
10
I do EMS and rescue for Green lake county and I heard that fond du lac is going to have a med flight there now at the airport I was just wondering if anyone would know what the freq would be
 

bc780l

Member
Premium Subscriber
Joined
Feb 15, 2005
Messages
283
A good place to start is the standard set of MED channels (CTCSS varies):
MED 1 463.0000
MED 2 463.0250
MED 3 463.0500
MED 4 463.0750
MED 5 463.1000
MED 6 463.1250
MED 7 463.1500
MED 8 463.1750
MED 9 462.9500
MED 10 462.9750

Then add the normal VHF channels like MARC 1/2/3/4, standard EMS A/B/C channels, plus local specialty EMS frequencies.

For good measure, check http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?aid=1006 for the statewide common mutual aid frequencies. Although I've only heard Medflights generally use MARC for landing zone coordination, it's probably good measure to have these added in.

Check http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?aid=2471 for the existing RR database of Medflight information, too.

Don't forget to send in a database update when you get the final word.
 
Last edited:

nslt204

Member
Joined
Dec 18, 2003
Messages
88
Location
Port Washington, WI
It's not Med Flight. It is a third Helo from Flight For Life out of Milwaukee... well now Waukesha. My guess would be the frqs are the same.
green737 said:
I do EMS and rescue for Green lake county and I heard that fond du lac is going to have a med flight there now at the airport I was just wondering if anyone would know what the freq would be
 

green737

Member
Joined
Mar 7, 2008
Messages
10
new helo

Hey there Scott i did not know that I would find you here how was Thursday case review I heard you gave a wonderful speech sorry i missed it I was feeling under the weather that day I talked to paul today about this subject and he did tell me that it is going to be out a flight for life so I just have to find the right freq then
 

triryche

Member
Joined
Dec 22, 2001
Messages
327
Location
Marinette County, WI
I was told Flight for Life no longer has use of the 463/468.175 MED repeater as that was owned by Milwaukee County paramedic base. Soooo.... only place I have found them communicating directly with thier dispatch this year has been on 129.475 AM. Unless someone else has info on them setting up a new system on VHF or UHF, this is the only place they have been found other than in direct comms with local agencies on the local radio systems or on 155.340
 

a1emt

Member
Premium Subscriber
Joined
Dec 19, 2002
Messages
156
triryche said:
I was told Flight for Life no longer has use of the 463/468.175 MED repeater as that was owned by Milwaukee County paramedic base. Soooo.... only place I have found them communicating directly with thier dispatch this year has been on 129.475 AM. Unless someone else has info on them setting up a new system on VHF or UHF, this is the only place they have been found other than in direct comms with local agencies on the local radio systems or on 155.340
They still use 463/468.175 for giving patient information to the trauma center at Froedert, which is handled by Paramedic base... now "EMS Comm". But all of their dispatch and operations appear on 129.475.

Jim
 

nslt204

Member
Joined
Dec 18, 2003
Messages
88
Location
Port Washington, WI
It may be personal gear but I have seen some crew with nextels. If they do I would imagine thats how, along with pagers, they get calls from the dispatch when they are not in the aircraft.
a1emt said:
They still use 463/468.175 for giving patient information to the trauma center at Froedert, which is handled by Paramedic base... now "EMS Comm". But all of their dispatch and operations appear on 129.475.

Jim
 

a1emt

Member
Premium Subscriber
Joined
Dec 19, 2002
Messages
156
nslt204 said:
It may be personal gear but I have seen some crew with nextels. If they do I would imagine thats how, along with pagers, they get calls from the dispatch when they are not in the aircraft.
I have seen Nextel handsets at the base too, sounds like they are used pretty frequently as well.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top