Welcome Message from EMS Chief Scott W. BrookerDear Visitor,Welcome and thank you for visiting the official website of Hocking County Emergency Medical Service.Hocking County EMS (HCEMS) serves the citizens and visitors to Hocking County. HCEMS is the only county EMS within Hocking County and responds to all calls for medical service. In 2012 HCEMS responded to over 3,100 calls for service. Additionally HCEMS responds to structure fire calls and motor vehicle accidents within the county. Hocking County Emergency Medical Service employs 21 full-time Paramedics, and 20 part-time members made up of Paramedics, Intermediates and EMTs. HCEMS currently operates three stations to cover its 424 miles of territory. Hocking County Emergency Medical Service has a long standing tradition of providing the highest standard of care to the citizens of Hocking County. They employ a highly trained and educated staff, utilize cutting edge equipment, and pride themselves on providing the highest quality patient care. The future is bright at HCEMS. With the recent passing of the replacement tax levies HCEMS will be able to improve equipment, improve staffing and improve training all in an effort to exceed our already exemplary patient care.This webpage in addition to our already well established Facebook Page will allow us to communicate with the citizens of Hocking County. It is my hope that you find this webpage informative and helpful. Wishing You Safety and Good Health, Scott W. Brooker, EMTPHocking County EMS ChiefWhat’s New
The Logan Daily News was recently at HCEMS Station 1 to view a demonstration of the Zoll AutoPulse automated CPR machine. Click HERE to be linked to LDN article or click HERE to link to the News page to read more about the AutoPulse.