Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

On November 1, 1967, Maury County helped lead the way for ambulance agencies by being the second established service in the state, with Maury Regional Medical Center assuming management in 1996.

Maury Regional EMS utilizes ambulances throughout Columbia, Mt. Pleasant, Neapolis, Culleoka and Hohenwald. In addition to the growth of the department, EMS has seen other advancements such as global positioning satellite technology allowing faster unit dispatching and improved tracking, a state-wide EMS radio network, and field transmission of EKGs to the medical center before patient arrival.

Wayne Medical Center EMS

Wayne Medical Center EMS is staffed with highly trained paramedics and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) who provide life-saving services in Wayne County. The department received the Bob Thomas Advanced Life Support Service Award by the Tennessee Ambulance Service Association for outstanding professionalism and service to the community, and the EMS Star of Life Award for providing exemplary life-saving care to adult and pediatric patients.

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