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Request for Proposal: EMS BIlling

by acemswebsite | February 9, 2018 | Uncategorized
Athens County EMS is soliciting an RFP from qualified vendors for EMS billing services. Further information is available in the attached .pdf file Click here to view: RFP EMS...

SURPLUS: 2010 (2000) Ambulance For Sale

by acemswebsite | February 5, 2018 | Latest News
Athens County EMS is selling a decommissioned McCoy-Miller ambulance. The vehicle is a remount with the original box built in 2000 and the Ford cab and chassis remounted in...

Part-time EMTs and Paramedics

by acemswebsite | August 2, 2016 | Latest News
Athens County EMS is now taking applications for PART TIME EMTs and PARAMEDICS. You can print an application from our website.  Click on “Administration”, then click “Employment”.  Everything is...

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One last photo -- and a recurring message -- about the recent flooding that has impacted our area: TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN! It takes 6-8 inches of water to lift a car off the ground and pull it into deep water or a swollen creek or river. First responders have been busy this week with submerged vehicles and the occasional rescue situation. This photo was taken by one of our EMTs on State Route 144 near Hockingport. The vehicle occupant was rescued by a neighbor with a kayak prior to our arrival. With the water being cold and dirty (contaminated with trash, chemicals, and human and animal waste) and usually swift-moving, this call could have had a much more devastating outcome.

Photo credit: EMT Craig Churchheus

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