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Emergency Dial 911

Mission Statement


Our mission is to provide the highest quality emergency and non-emergency care, education, and outreach programs to our communities with compassion, professionalism, responsibility and knowledge through stewardship of our resources.

Vision Statement


Our vision is to extend Callaway County Ambulance District’s clinical impact beyond the emergency medical field to include total improvement of our community’s overall health with the use of compassion, training, and constant improvement of the services we provide to our citizens.

Providing Health Care Where You Need It

Callaway County EMS is dedicated to providing health care where you need it. We have a long history of serving the citizens of Callaway County with high-quality emergency and non-emergency health care services. Our ambulances are staffed with highly trained Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics, who are dedicated to providing you with the right services in your time of need.  Our ALS ambulances are staffed with state-of-the-art equipment, including Philips HeartStart MRx ALS monitor/defibrillators with the ability to transmit a 12-lead EKG to the hospital while in the field, McGrath video laryngoscopes, LUCAS 2 CPR devices, computers running mobile CAD software connected directly to dispatch, and automatic vehicle location.


Our paramedics operate under progressive protocols approved by our Medical Director, Christopher Sampson, M.D.  They also have access to direct medical control from emergency physicians located at any of the hospitals we transport to.  When needed, we have access to a network of air ambulances to transport critically ill or injured patients to the appropriate hospital.


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  • Non-emergency / inter-facility ambulance service

  • Hospital discharges

  • Transportation of hospital in-patients for specialized tests

  • Inter-hospital transfers

  • Psychiatric patient transport

  • Evacuations

  • Long distance transports

  • BARIATRIC patient transport



  • CCU and ICU critical care transfers

  • Ventilator dependent patients, capable of providing bi-pap.

  • I.V. medicated patients

  • ER discharges to acute care

  • Pediatric and neonatal transports

  • Multi-trauma and burn patients

  • Off-site MRI transports

  • To and from air ambulance transports

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