To provide a timely and compassionate response, with the highest quality emergency care to the community.
Our goal is to optimize these services through fiscal responsibility.
Our mission is community involvement through continuous evaluation and anticipatory planning.
Morrow County EMS proudly serves the residents of Morrow County, Ohio. We have 5 stations that are manned 24 hours a day and serve an area of 407 square miles with a population of approximately 35,000 residents. Our total run volume per year is 3800 on average.
Advertisement for BidBids will be received by Morrow County EMS 140 South Main Street, Mount Gilead Ohio 43338 until September 30th 2019 at 1400 hours (2pm). For the following. 5 - Power Cots - Electric, over hydraulic ambulance cots that are compliant with the new 2016 NFPA 1917, SAEJ-3027 sta...
The MCEMS Special Needs Registry form for County Residents is now available. The form can be completed, printed, and mailed back to MCEMS or it can be placed in a sealed envelope marked: Attention - Captain Ries and dropped off at MCEMS, located at 140 S Main Stree...
Morrow County EMS's New Notice of Privacy Practices is available on line.Please click on the link below.http://yourfirstdue.com/manager/data/1304006401/File/092313_mcems_new_notice_of_privacy_practices.pdf
Congratulations to Lt. Roger Meyer, Grant Zucker, and Jeremiah Rivera for their job well done!!!! Pictured also is Medflight 5, representatives Wexner Medical Center (OSU), their patient and the patients wife. Without this perfect example of teamwork coming together, this picture would not be here t...
As I begin to reflect on the 41 years of Morrow County EMS, I find myself humbled. The dedication and compassion of our present and past personnel have truly shown me why this field is a rewarding one. Morrow County EMS has continued to grow, by grow I mean that in the truest sense. The past has planted seeds of compassion for the sick and injured as well as the dedication to embrace technology to improve our patient care. As we continue to grow we must prepare for change in how we deliver care. Whether we do it thru Community Paramedicine, Community Outreach or a Tiered System. We also must embrace our personnel and the people we serve thru the Ten Principles of Servant Leadership; Listening, Empathy, Healing, Awareness, Persuasion, Conceptualization, Foresight, Stewardship, Commitment to Growth of People and Building a Community.
As we move forward in EMS we must keep in mind That EMS is still in its infancy stage compared to the Fire Service. The earliest known fire department was formed in Ancient Rome by Egnatius Rufus who used his slaves to provide a free fire service. The Emperor Augustus established a public fire department in 24 BCE. The Fire service has come a long way since then, now its our turn to grow and shine.