Medical calls take up the highest percentage of calls that our units respond to. Turnout time refers to the time that it takes for our units to; stop whatever they are doing, don their EMS personal protective equipment and respond to the call. The time goal for a medical call is 60 seconds. Medical calls are divided into two call types: Medical Emergency and Medical High Emergency. A medical high emergency is an emergency that has the possibility of resulting in cardiac arrest; this call type may require squad 68 to be added to the call in order to have adequate personnel on scene. As our cardiac arrest protocol requires a minimum of 5 people be on scene. Below is our response dashboard for medical calls. This dashboard can be filtered by call type, location and response date.