JESSAMINE COUNTY EMS

"Our People Make the Difference"

Professional Service. Compassionate Care.

 

 



News Headlines
Fri. Jul 10th 2015
~~ The Legal Guardianby David Givot07/06/2015Duty to act, assess, treat and transport: A legal refresher for EMS providersMake no mistake, every EMS provider in every state has a duty to perform a full and complete assessment on every living patientDuty seems to be one of those terms synonymous...
Fri. Jul 10th 2015
~~EKU Announces Online Degree Programs in Emergency Medical ServicesThe Emergency Medical Care Program at Eastern Kentucky University will launch two 100% online degree options in Fall 2015.Paramedics licensed by any state or territory of the United States or certified by the National Registry of Em...
Thu. May 21st 2015
The Jessamine County Judge Executive, David West, and the members of the Jessamine County Fiscal Court unanimously voted to sign a proclamation recognizing the week of May 17th - 23rd as "EMS WEEK." Judge Executive West stated the theme of this year's EMS WEEK is "EMS STRONG."...
Mon. May 11th 2015
Mission: Lifeline The American Heart Association recognizes the critical life-saving role prehospital emergency services provide to the overall success of a STEMI system of care. The availability of 12-lead ECGs and well trained EMS providers allow for rapid identification of STEMIs, early activa...
Tue. Mar 24th 2015
Why an EMS leader's vision needs ‘grunts’ to buy inForming a strategic plan for your agency’s future is the easy part; the hard part is getting the people who will carry it out to believe in it as much as you do “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.”  ~ Pe...
Mission Statement

It is the purpose of Jessamine County Emergency Medical Services  to provide pre-hospital care to the residents and visitors of Jessamine County. With teamwork and training, we shall strive to maintain our professionalism and enhance our ability to provide the highest standard of care. These values shall be continuously provided through dedicated service to our community.

Pull to the RIGHT

When an emergency vehicle is approaching your vehicle from behind, do you know what to do?  Don’t be alarmed or panic, just pull you vehicle over as far to the right side of the road as possible and stop.  

Never stop in the middle of the road, pull into the center lane or into oncoming traffic. 

Whenever you see an approaching emergency vehicle, remember:

PULL TO THE RIGHT FOR SIRENS AND LIGHTS.

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2015 Call Volume
 EMS
Jan745
Feb686
Mar706
Apr855
May827
Jun808
Jul804
Aug 
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Dec 
Total5431

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Jessamine County EMS
101 South Second Street Ste B
Nicholasville, KY. 40356
Non-Emergency: 859-887-2987
Emergency: 911
Fax: 859-881-0940
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