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Mister Bacon's Neighborhood

Blaine Bacon is a paramedic at Delta Ambulance and serves as our Chaplain.

When the Covid pandemeic began to heat up in Maine, he began to notice certain stressors within the crew and decided to produce a series of videos to help folks both in EMS and out. He teamed up with Paramedic Supervisor Dan Mayotte and drone pilot, paramedic Nick Jackson. Below are the results. We hope you enjoy...

Mr. Bacon - Volume 1

 

 

Stop and Smell the Roses

Paramedic Bacon talks about being health care
providers and taking care of yourself.

Two Realities

Mr Bacon's Neighborhood - Laurie Visits

Dr. Laurie Cyr-Martel

May 11, 20920

Mr Bacon's Neighborhood

Happy EMS Week

We wish you all a great EMS Week.

Please take a moment to follow to the end of the video,

there is a fantastic story. Thank you for all that you do!

Mr Bacon's Neighborhood

The Call

June 29, 2020

The latest edition of Mr. Bacon's Neighborhood.

Today we discuss CHANGE in home, work, and life

in general. How do you deal with it?

August 18, 2020

The latest video from Mr. Bacon's Neighborhood.
This month we talk with Ron Morin, the grandfather of
EMS in Maine. We discuss how EMS came into the state,
his role in Franklin County EMS, his desire to build ambulances,
his passion to build a replica of Squad 51 from the TV show
EMERGENCY! We get to go for a ride in the squad.
We then get to talk to Ron about his "cardiac event".
It is a long episode (1:04:24), but a really good one.

Thanks to Ron, Blaine and Dan!

October 5, 2020

Mr Bacon's Neighborhood - Feeling Small

Have you ever felt small or insignificant? You are not,
and Blaine walks you through it!

Thanks to Dan Mayotte, Blaine Bacon & Casey Dugas.

October 19, 2020

Blaine has completed the final installment of the Holiday stress management videos. 

We highly recommend that you take a look at it.

It is very important for you to take care of yourself and your teammates.

We have been placed under lots of stress this year and now we are dealing with some very emotionally draining calls mixed in with the holidays. We do not want to lose
a teammate, because your family and you are all important.
PLEASE reach out to Blaine, a co-worker, family or counselor if you are
having issues dealing with it all. 

Stay Safe!

December 1, 2020