About the Richland County Ambulance Service
Richland County Ambulance Service provides primary 911 EMT-Basic (BLS) and Intermediate Tech (ALS) services to 12 townships, 2 villages and the city of Richland Center and we serve approximately 16,500 residents in our service area. Our service area is approximately 300 square miles. Richland County Ambulance Service is a paid volunteer service. We staff two ambulances 24/7, 365 days a year. A third ambulance is on standby and for events, such as the Richland County Fair, and the Wisconsin State High School Rodeo. Our average call volume is 875 calls per year.
The mission of the Richland County Ambulance Service is to provide efficient, high quality emergency medical care and safe transportation to a medical facility for any resident or visitor of our service area.
We will commit to being a resource for the education of the public on issues pertaining to emergency care and preventative medicine.
We will create a safe work environment that encourages continuing education and the achievement of personal goals while continually striving to accomplish our primary mission.
By working together; remaining well organized and committed to quality, participation and continuous improvement; we can best meet the challenges of the future.
Richland County EMS responded to 931 calls during the 2011 year. As of September, Richland County EMS has responded to 648 calls so far in 2013.