Williamson County EMS has been the primary 911 EMS provider for Williamson County since 1975, serving a rapidly growing population of over 500,000. Our department responds to an average of 30,000 calls annually.
With 16 station based dual-Paramedic ambulances serving a mix of urban, suburban, and rural areas, and a newly commissioned Community Health Paramedic Program, our medics have the opportunity to practice EMS in a variety of environments.
At Williamson County EMS, we strive to integrate our motto, “To Respect, Care, and Serve” into everything we do.
Williamson County EMS paramedics work 24 hours on, 48 hours off, on a rotating A, B, and C shift schedule. We also have a school schedule program that gives our medics the opportunity to work fixed shifts so they can attend class on their off days.
Our Paramedics average 7.5 years of experience with us and often more before being hired, however previous EMS experience is not required. Our exceptional credentialing process and field training staff give you the necessary support. We only hire Paramedics.
Our accolades include:
Texas EMS System of the Year Administrative Excellence Award
EMS Administrator of the Year
EMS Medical Director of the Year
EMS Public Information and Injury Prevention Award
Department of the Army Recognition for Out-standing Achievements in Public Education NAEMT ALS System of the Year Veterans of Foreign Wars State and National Paramedic of the Year