Welcome to the Cambridge Area Emergency Medical Services (CAEMS).
Cambridge Area Emergency Medical Service’s mission and purpose is to provide rapid state-of-the-art pre-hospital emergency care as well as improving the health and wellness of the community with education for the residents and organizations, and community health visits to residents of the district.
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March 17, 2020
In four days it will be spring. In addition to green grass and flowers we are facing a crisis with the new Corona virus.
Be assured Cambridge Area EMS is keeping current with training of our EMT First Responders with advice and direction of our Medical Director, Dr. James McNeal from MercyHealth, and from our county and state and federal experts.
First and foremost
“Cambridge Area Emergency Medical Service’s mission and purpose is to provide rapid state-of-the-art pre-hospital emergency care as well as improving the health and wellness of the community with education for the residents and organizations, and community health visits to residents of the district.”
With the threat of the Corona Virus upon us, we also have a duty to assist in protecting the Residents of our District from the spread of the Corona virus as well as protecting our EMTs, Fire Fighters and all first responders from the Corona virus. Keeping healthcare providers healthy is of primary importance.
Our EMTs are on duty 24 hours, 7 days a week to answer your call. They will be protecting themselves with appropriate protective gear, particularly when respiratory symptoms are involved. Do not be frightened by the gowns and masks. The EMTs are protecting themselves and you and your families from the spread of the virus.
First responders throughout the nation are following the direction of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) as is Cambridge Area EMS.
Please use the following link to find out what you can do to protect yourself and your household.
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