About Sedgwick County EMS
Sedgwick County EMS (SCEMS) is committed to providing quality out-of-hospital health care.
Serving Sedgwick County Since 1975
SCEMS is the primary agency responsible for the out-of-hospital care and transportation of persons who become acutely ill or injured, and are in need of ambulance transport to a hospital using advanced life support (ALS) ambulances. Additionally, SCEMS provides scheduled ambulance transportation services for persons who require routine transfer due to a medical necessity.
SCEMS administration is located at 1015 Stillwell, the Training Department is located at 200 W. Murdock and our crews are stationed at 19 posts throughout Sedgwick County.
- Post 1 – 2622 W. Central, Wichita
- Post 2 – 1903 W. Pawnee, Wichita
- Post 3 – 3002 E. Central, Wichita
- Post 4 – 1100 S. Clifton, Wichita
- Post 5 – 698 Caddy Lane, Wichita
- Post 6 – 6401 Mabel, Haysville
- Post 7 – 1535 S. 199th St. W., Goddard
- Post 8 – 501 E. 53rd St. N., Wichita
- Post 9 – 1218 S. Webb Rd., Wichita
- Post 10 – 636 N. St. Francis, Wichita
- Post 11 – 1401 N. Rock Rd., Derby
- Post 12 – 3320 N. Hillside, Wichita
- Post 14 – 4030 N. Reed, Maize
- Post 15 – 3575 N. Webb Rd.
- Post 16 – 5055 S. Oliver
- Post 20 – 1015 Stillwell
- Post 45 – 616 E. 5th St., Valley Center
- Post 81 – 319 W. Ross, Clearwater
- Post 82 – 525 N. Main, Cheney
What’s the difference between paramedics and EMTs?
A paramedic is the highest level of pre-hospital emergency care provider in the state of Kansas. Paramedics provide advanced emergency pre-hospital life support. Procedures that paramedics deliver include the following in addition to the EMT skills listed above:
- Administering medications
- Advanced airway management
- Intravenous infusions
- EKG monitoring
- Cardiac defibrillation
- Advanced trauma care
- Management of critical medical emergencies
- Chest decompression
- Blood glucose monitoring
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is a basic-level, pre-hospital health care provider. EMTs perform the following basic life support skills:
- Taking vital signs
- Patient assessment
- Administration of oxygen
- Airway management
- Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- External semi-automatic defibrillation
- Blood glucose monitoring
- Wound care
At Sedgwick County EMS, we believe that the service and care we deliver should be the same that we would all want for our own families – compassionate, competent, and safe.
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