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Who We Are
 
Who We Are

  • We Respect, Care, & Serve You
  • Customer service and quality care is expected and proven.
  • Since 1975 we’ve been caring for the county.
  • Over 130 all Paramedic field staff.  On average they have 8.5 years with Williamson County, most with job experience before joining us.
  • We have relationships with the hospitals and clinics that our citizens use.  This improves your care.  WCEMS drives emergency care.
  • We practice under the license of a physician, Dr. Jarvis.  He is highly involved, available to us for direction 24/7 to ensure your quality of care.
  • We do what no smaller organization in Williamson County can.
  • 14 ambulances and 1 squad unit 24/7, 3 peak demand ambulances, 3 command/high priority response, large backup fleet.
  • Experienced all-Paramedic staff with the ability to ramp up for potential disasters.
  • Cost $14.04 per person per year after billing patients for services.  (2018)
  • Call volume of 25,228.  (2018)
  • We make house calls, with an average 7.5 minute response time county-wide.  (2018)
  • The research and training we do changes your care for the better.  We publish and share information so everyone benefits.
  • Williamson County EMS is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS). The accreditation process requires the completion of a comprehensive application and on-site review by national experts in emergency medical services. CAAS extended the accreditation to Williamson County EMS for outstanding achievement in compliance with national standards for best practices in the Emergency Medical Services industry.

Additional Services

  • Community Health Paramedicine
  • Car seat installation and training
  • CPR training
  • Safe Baby Academy
  • Stop The Bleed
  • Explorer Post
  • DUI prevention