At National EMS, the health and safety of our patients is our No. 1 priority. You can trust National EMS to provide the highest standard of emergency medical care available, with highly trained crews and the latest technology to address your medical needs.
Baptist Ambulance delivers exceptional services and around-the-clock support to the citizens we serve through 9-1-1 contracts with local counties and cities.
National EMS delivers exceptional services and around-the-clock support to the citizens we serve through 9-1-1 contracts with local counties and cities.
Our interfacility teams provide the highest-quality care for patients requiring medical transportation between hospitals and other health care facilities.
ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT
Our Advanced Life Support (ALS) teams provide services designed to meet the needs of patients whose medical conditions require advanced levels of care, monitoring and interventions during transport. In addition to all BLS skills, our ALS clinicians are trained to monitor and administer intravenous fluids, administer medications, monitor cardiac activity, and monitor
surgical airways, among other interventions. Our highly trained crews are dedicated to ensuring patient care and safety is our highest priority.
BASIC LIFE SUPPORT
We work closely with hospital and health care facility partners to ensure patients receive the appropriate level of care. Our Basic Life Support (BLS) ambulances are staffed by two certified EMTs who are trained to provide expert out-of-hospital medical care and transportation. BLS services include monitoring the patient’s airway, circulation and breathing during transport. In an emergency, EMTs are trained to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR),automated external defibrillators (AEDs), and other noninvasive life-saving skills.
Specialty care transport (SCT) services are designed to provide the highest level of medical care for critically ill or injured patients. This category of services may also be referred to as Critical Care Transport (CCT) services in some of our markets. Our specialty care teams include registered nurses and paramedics with advanced certifications not only to provide ALS
interventions during transport, but also to manage ventilators, surgical airways and administer IV medications. Specialty care transport patients are most often being transported from one hospital facility or trauma center to another.
National EMS partners with other local health care agencies on a community paramedic mobile healthcare program known as Healthy@Home was established to work in partnership with other healthcare agencies within Rockdale & Athens-Clarke counties to bring preventative healthcare to an underserved and at-risk population of patients.
The Healthy@Home program is a referral-based service. Clients may be referred in several ways:
- EMS staff after an ambulance/patient contact
- Medical Center physicians/nurses/caseworkers
- Hospital staff (continuity of care)
- Primary care physicians
For more information about the Healthy@Home community paramedicine program, please contact Benny Atkins at 770-922-9578, ext. 215, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SPECIAL EVENT/STANDBY SERVICE
We provide first-aid and standby emergency ambulance services for special events of all sizes, from small community gatherings to large-scale sports and entertainment events. National EMS is the contracted ambulance provider for University of Georgia Athletics Department. Go Bulldogs!
To schedule standby services, call our office line or email email@example.com.