Priority Ambulance and Central EMS were deeply saddened to lose one of their own in May. Melvin Hunter was a pioneer and regional leader in the EMS field in Georgia and was the owner of several EMS companies before joining our team.
Central EMS has added video laryngoscopes to its ambulances to make it easier to open and maintain a patient’s airway in an emergency. The Intubrite devices have been placed in the seven ambulances that serve Forsyth County with 911 service through a partnership with the Forsyth County Fire Department.
With emergency medicine, time is critical in diagnosing and treating every patient. One of the most time-dependent diagnoses is a STEMI, or ST elevation myocardial infarction.
Central Emergency Medical Services, LLC, one of the largest privately owned EMS companies in the South, will now be the emergency 911 medical services provider for Forsyth County in the metro Atlanta area.
Central EMS urges drivers to “stay safe, stay sober” this New Year’s Eve, which is historically one of the worst holiday periods for drinking and driving. A study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety showed that drunk driving arrests…
Fall weather, spooky house decorations and candy stocked on the shelves signal that Halloween is just around the corner. As families plan for costume parties and trick-or-treating, Central EMS offers safety tips to ensure everyone enjoys a safe and happy Halloween.
Priority Ambulance, a national company headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, announced today that it has acquired Atlanta-based Central Emergency Medical Services, Inc. and Central Air Ambulance, one of the largest privately owned EMS companies in the South.