Emergency Medical Services (EMS)


Maury Regional Health has a top-rated staff of paramedics and emergency medical technicians who respond to more than 16,000 ambulance calls each year across Lewis, Maury and Wayne counties. In addition to transferring patients to local emergency rooms at Maury Regional Medical Center and Wayne Medical Center, regional helicopter services are used to transport patients to regional trauma or specialty centers, when necessary.

Our dedicated and highly-trained EMS teams utilize the latest life-saving technology, including:

  • AutoPulse® Resuscitation Systems capable of performing automated cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) compressions to a patient who is in cardiac arrest, allowing medical personnel to carry out additional life-saving measures during an emergency response situation
  • Global positioning satellite (GPS) technology for faster ambulance dispatching, improved response times and ambulance tracking
  • Mobile transmission of electrocardiograms (EKGs) to local emergency departments before a patients arrive to provide improved patient treatment and outcomes

Maury County helped lead the way for ambulance agencies by being the second established service in the state on November 1, 1967, with Maury Regional Medical Center assuming management in 1996. Currently Maury Regional EMS is designated by the state as a Regional Medical Communications Center (RMCC).

As always, in the case of an emergency, call 9-1-1.