Robeson County EMS provides EMT-Paramedic emergency medical care to the citizens of Robeson County and visitors within our boundaries. When sudden sickness or injuries occur, Robeson County EMS is capable, equipped and staffed to handle prehospital emergencies. We literally bring a mini Emergency Department to your door when an emergency arises.
Robeson County EMS uses EMS Charts for Patient Care Reporting and also Live CAD/AVL Data streaming on our Mobile Data Terminals in each unit. We are progressive and work hand in hand with NCOEMS to make our department one of the best EMS Departments in N.C.
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Robeson County EMS received 25,845 calls in 2010. Robeson County EMS drove over 872 thousand miles last year. Robeson County has one of the highest rates of heart disease and stroke in the entire nation. We are in the top 15% for heart disease and stroke.
Greg Bounds NREMT-P EMS Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrick Cummings – EMS Assistant Director / Training Officer –
Christina Maynor- Assistant Training Officer –email@example.com
EMS Phone: (910) 671-3250
EMS Billing Contact Stephanie Patterson 910-671-3250
EMS Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1181
Lumberton, N.C. 28359
Service Hours-24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Robeson County EMS has 4 shifts A,B, C, and D shifts; each shift has 7 ambulance crews, 14 employees, 1 EMS Supervisor, 1 EMS Lieutenant, 1 Quick Response Vehicle Operator, and at a minimum 2 Field training Officers per shift. Shifts are 12 hour shifts 7am until 7pm or 7pm until 7am. We do operate one peak time medic unit from 7am until 5 pm Monday thru Thursday. Pay is very competitive within our reqion and benefits are excellent. Full-Time Employees work 14 – 12 hour days per month on either day or night shift then rotate accordingly.
County Rescue Squads
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South Robeson Rescue
St. Pauls Medical Responders
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