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The Westfield Fire Department (WFD) is prepared at all times to respond and mitigate all types of natural and human-made emergencies. The professional women and men of WFD are in constant pursuit of the most up-to-date training and resources and providing the highest quality of service to the citizens and visitors of the City of Westfield, IN.

 

 

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Marcus Reed,
Fire Chief

17535 Dartown Rd
Westfield,  
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  • Phone: (317) 804-3300
  • Fax: (317) 804-3395
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    8:00am-4:30pm, Mon-Fri
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Meet Jason Gibbons! Lieutenant Gibbons started as a volunteer with WFD in 2003 and then it became his career in 2005. "I love that the current fire administration and labor management have a very strong working relationship. We (the Westfield Fire Department) are a very young department and will continue to grow for a long time." ... See moreSee less

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Is your family prepared in case of a fire? Know your fire escape plan and practice it in case of an emergency! ... See moreSee less

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Thanks to the Westfield, IN Chamber of Commerce for having us last week at the State of Public Safety! ... See moreSee less

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The Westfield Fire Department strives to keep our Paramedics up to date on all of the newest concepts of emergency medicine, which is why we contacted Bob Page, an instructor that has taught 12 Lead EKG Interpretation and Advanced Capnography around the world. Today is the 2nd day of his course and we are very fortunate to have Mr. Page here with us!

Not sure what EKG Interpretation or Capnography are? EKG Interpretation looks at the heart to locate potentially lethal problems with our patients. Our paramedics have been trained and now updated to use the latest science. Capnography is the measurement of exhaled C02 from the lungs, which can be used to help find problems with the airway and lungs, as well as advanced uses to show sepsis in patients. Both of these tools are used every day at WFD by our paramedics.
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