The Emergency Medical Services Division strives to provide compassionate, high quality advanced life support care, cost effective pre-hospital emergency care and convalescent transport in a quick and efficient manner to the citizens and visitors of Warren County.
For over 35 years Warren County EMS has provided Warren County with pre-hospital care. Warren County EMS is primarily responsible for an estimated 332 square miles. Warren County has a great First Responder Program supported by nine fire departments throughout the county. Many are trained to the EMT level and can stabilize a patient or perform life saving care until the ambulance crew arrives. These First Responders are invaluable to EMS and the public considering some of the remote locations people live in Warren County. These First Responders live and most work in the county and are in most cases close to people needing emergency care. Warren County EMS, along with Warren County Rescue Squad and the Warren County Volunteer Fire Departments take great pride in providing professional emergency care.
Warren County's emergency medical care providers continually train to ensure that our patients receive the most up to date and efficient care possible.
Providing the best patient care possible is our mission at WCEMS. By giving our personnel the latest equipment along with quality training we are able to insure our mission is up held.
In EMS there are no specialties. All personnel must be trained to handle a variety of emergency situations. Countless hours are spent each year insuring that any given situation, even though it may be different, is cared for as professionally and compassionately as possible.