Stanly County Emergency Medical Services provides advanced level care to the nearly 61,000 residents of Stanly County, running over 10,000 calls for service. The service operates at the Paramedic level, under some of the most progressive protocols set out by Office of Emergency Services, NCCEP and Wake Forest Baptist Health, who provides medical direction through an Emergency Medical Director.
The County operates on a 24/72 schedule, responding out of 4 bases. They are located in Albemarle, Red Cross, New London and just north of Norwood, with 6 full-time ambulances and a shift supervisor in a quick response vehicle.
Each ambulance is equipped with some of the latest equipment and technology available, performing 12 Lead EKG, DAI, Team Focused CPR, TXA, Capnography, and CPAP. Some of the services specialties include being a part of the Metrolina State Medical Assistance Team (SMAT), Wildland Fire, Disaster Medical Specialists, Search and Rescue, Swift Water Rescue and providing Tactical Emergency Medical Support (TEMS) for the local law enforcement agencies.
Our Community Paramedic Program operates 7 days a week 24 hours a day. For information on Substance Abuse assistance please call 704-986-3073.
Stanly County EMS will continue to provide excellent treatment and strive to improve the outcome of those in need through outreach programs such as the Safe Kids Coalition of Stanly County and other community education programs.
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|Dale Chandler||EMS Chief||704-986-3650|
|Michael Campbell||EMS Deputy Chief||704-986-3650|
|Jared Ingram||A Shift Battalion Chief||704-986-3658|
|Darin Almond||B Shift Battalion Chief||704-986-3658|
|Tim Crayton||C Shift Battalion Chief||704-986-3658|
|Adam Palmer||D Shift Battalion Chief||704-986-3658|
Stanly County Community Paramedic Division
|Community Paramedic||704-986-3073||704-454-8493 (cell)|
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