EMS

Caldwell EMS is brought to you by Sumner County Hospital District #1.  We are physically located at 124 S. Main in Caldwell, KS, but if you would like to mail us a letter please send it to 601 S. Osage Caldwell, KS.  We currently provide Advanced Life Support (ALS) and Basic Life Support (BLS) services to the citizens of southwestern Sumner County. Our current response area is 242 square miles and serves approximately 1900 citizens, included are the cities of Caldwell, Corbin, and South Haven.  

You can view a larger copy of the Sumner County response map for EMS providers by clicking the map.

 

 

Our Staff  

Michael Clark
Director
Paramedic

Deb Webster
EMT- Advanced

Julie Perry
EMT-Advanced

Christina Jones
Paramedic

Jamie Young
EMT

Rian Oakley
Support Staff

Prepare for the call
Be Prepared in case you need us!

Help EMS Help You

Display your address on your refrigerator or near a telephone in case someone else needs to call 9-1-1 for you.

Display your house number prominently on your home and/or curb.

The questions asked by 9-1-1 call takers, paramedics and EMTs are important and designed to help you.  Answer all questions honestly.

Know your hospital preference and primary care physician

Know Where These Items Are Located

Health insurance information

A list or location of current medications

Emergency contact information

Advanced directives - do not resuscitate (DNR), durable power of attorney for health care decisions (DPOA-HCD), and living will

 

When Should I call 911?

If you or another person experiences the following, call 9-1-1 to request an ambulance:

Chest pain/heart problems – chest pain radiating to neck, jaw, arm or back

Difficulty breathing – choking, blue appearance, struggling for air, wheezing

Change in level of consciousness – stumbling, incoherent, mumbling or very dizzy.

Uncontrolled bleeding – blood spurting, vomiting or coughing up blood, heavy rectal or vaginal bleeding

Central Injuries – injuries to the head, neck, back, abdomen or pelvis or inability to walk

If the patient is not breathing and/or does not have a pulse- perform CPR!!

-starting CPR immediately more than doubles the chance of survival!!!!

Here is a video that describes hands only CPR

 

Non-Emergency Calls

If you are in need of trained and certified medical personnel in case of a medical emergency at a civic event, Caldwell EMS can provide emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and/or paramedics. For more information and to request medical coverage at your next standby event, please call a minimum of 30 days in advance of the next event.

Caldwell EMS has also been proactive in the community to enhance the public's knowledge and understanding of services by actively participating in various community events.

 

Useful Links

Kansas Board of Emergency Medical services www.ksbems.org

American Heart Association  www.heart.org/HEARTORG/

National Stroke Association www.stroke.org