MEDICAL FIRST AID TEAM – ACP Certified Medics (PCP’s and EMR’s) + NFPA certified Firefighters

MEDICAL FIRST AID TEAM – ACP Certified Medics (PCP’s and EMR’s) + NFPA certified Firefighters

About our Medical Team


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Our medical first aid team consists of well trained, certified and experienced professionals. We regularly update each medic with the following medical certifications depending on their professional type:

  • PCP – Primary Care Paramedic
  • EMR – Emergency Medical Responder
  • OFA III – Occupational First Aid Provider

In both standby and emergency situations, our medical personnel are industry leaders.   That is why all Mud Creek Medics staff follow the guidelines specified by the Alberta College of Paramedics.

Oilfield Safety Certified ER


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Our medics are trained in Oilfield Safety Practices and apply them everyday. This training includes the standards, practices and procedures mandated through the following agencies:

  • CMVSS (Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standard)
  • Transport Canada
  • ISNetWorld
  • Complyworks
  • ACP (Alberta College of Paramedics) 
  • AHS (Alberta Health Services)
  • and more

About Our Mobile Med Co.


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Mud Creek’s Medical First Aid Team has been in the business for over 10 years. The founder and owner, Leanne Grumetza, has been in the medical healthcare field for over 30 years and worked in the oil and gas industry during 20 of those years.

The Mud Creek First Aid team is experienced in high hazard work sites and the operational environments to which emergencies can occur. These include drilling rig operations, pipeline operations, plant turnaround operations, work sites and more​.

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