Manatee County Emergency Medical Service (MCEMS) is an organization strongly committed to providing quality prehospital medical care to the citizens and visitors of our community. Our paramedics and EMTs strive to serve the public in a manner second to none. Our core set of values includes Honesty, Integrity, Commitment, Accountability and Professionalism (HICAP). read on Message from the EMS Chief
We are committed to providing you with the best experience possible.
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Lieutenant Scott Kemp along with Medic 8's crew (Maria Allen, Susie Leonard, and Kristin Kray) assisted the Boy Scouts of America's Pack 22 Webelos den in obtaining their "Readyman Badge" This training consisted of first aid and what do do in the case of an emergency.
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Manatee County EMS has several different special teams from which to choose. Each team has its own specific requirements which can be found in the department's General Orders. Some teams are open to all personnel and others are limited to Charge Paramedic positions only. Below is a list of each team, and a little about each team and its requirements. read on Special Teams