Duplin County Emergency Medical Services

Duplin County Emergency Medical Services Duplin County EMS is responsible for providing emergency medical treatment and transportation of the sick and injured throughout Duplin County.

For billing call: 800.814.5339 Duplin County EMS is the emergency medical service agency for the County of Duplin located in southeastern North Carolina. We provide paramedic level service to an 816 square mile area with a population of approximately 60,000 out of 8 EMS stations throughout the county.

Operating as usual

04/03/2021
Duplin County Health Department

Duplin County Health Department

DCHD is administering Moderna-Covid Vaccines on Wednesday and Friday from 9am-12pm, at the Duplin County Health Dept. to anyone 18 and older. To make an appointment call the health department at 910-296-2130.
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DCHD está administrando vacunas de Covid- Moderna- los miércoles y viernes de 9 am a 12 pm, en el Departamento de Salud del Condado de Duplin a cualquier persona mayor de 18 años. Para programar una cita, llame al departamento de salud al 910-296-2130.

Duplin County Government
03/31/2021

Duplin County Government

**60 Appointments Available**

📣 CALL CENTER OPEN FOR COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS
☎ 910-296-2389
📅 Appointment for Thursday, April 1, at Wallace Presbyterian Church, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
📌Open for individuals 18 years of age and older.
📝 Information needed for registration: full name, date of birth, phone number, address, and insurance information if insured. The call center is open 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, or until all appointments are full.
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📣 CENTRO DE LLAMADAS ABIERTO PARA CITAS DE VACUNA COVID-19
☎ 910-296-2389
📅 Citas para el Jueves 1 de Abril, en Wallace Presbyterian Church, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
📌 Personas de 18 años o más.
📝 Información necesaria para el registro: nombre completo, fecha de nacimiento, número de teléfono, dirección e información del seguro si está asegurado. El centro de llamadas está abierto de 8:30 a. - 4:30 p.m., o hasta que se llenen todas las citas.

Duplin County Fire & Emergency Management
03/18/2021

Duplin County Fire & Emergency Management

The Storm Prediction Center has Duplin County in the Moderate Severe Outlook region (Level 4 out of 5 threat) and the National Weather Service is still anticipating the possibility of a severe weather event for our area later this afternoon and into the evening. Severe hazards may include damaging wind gusts, large hail, and tornados.

We can expect to begin seeing isolated thunderstorms between noon and 2:00pm, with the main portion of the storm arriving between 4:00pm and 6:00pm.

Be sure to have a severe weather plan in place, at least two ways to receive emergency weather alerts, and a shelter plan if needed.

Duplin County will be activating the Emergency Operations Center at noon and will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates when needed. Be Safe!

#WeatherReadyNation

Make plans now for potential severe weather this Thursday.
03/17/2021

Make plans now for potential severe weather this Thursday.

[Outdated info - please visit weather.gov/moreheadcity for the latest forecast]
Our entire area remains in an Enhanced (level 3 of 5) severe weather threat for Thursday. The potential exists for severe thunderstorms and isolated tornadoes. When severe weather approaches, it is important to know the difference between and Watch and a Warning. Here are more details!

Duplin County Government
03/16/2021
Duplin County Government

Duplin County Government

📣 CALL CENTER OPEN FOR COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS
☎ 910-296-2389
📌 GROUPS 1, 2 & 3 **ALL OF GROUP 3 IS NOW ELIGIBLE**
📅 Appointments are for Monday, March 22nd, at Mt. Zion Community Church located at 250 Lanefield Rd, Warsaw

📌GROUPS 1, 2, 3 AND THOSE IN GROUP 4 who have high-risk medical conditions, people experiencing homelessness, and incarcerated people who have not been vaccinated.
📅 Appointments are for Thursday, March 25th, at the Duplin Events Center
📝 Information needed for registration: full name, date of birth, phone number, address, and insurance information if insured. The call center is open 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, or until all appointments are full.

FYI - https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/vaccines/find-your-spot-take-your-shot/deeper-dive-group-4

We have been working side by side for weeks now with our partners at the Duplin County Health Department operating COVID...
03/06/2021

We have been working side by side for weeks now with our partners at the Duplin County Health Department operating COVID-19 vaccine clinics at the Duplin Events Center and other locations throughout the county. We are proud to continue the fight against this pandemic with our local partners.

03/04/2021
Duplin County Government

Duplin County Government

Duplin County's COVID Call Center will open at 9:00 a.m. this morning to fill 50 vaccine appointments for this Saturday. Anyone in Groups 1, 2, or 3 can call for an appointment. The call center will remain open until those appointment slots have been filled.

☎ 910-296-2389
📌 GROUPS 1, 2, & 3 **ALL OF GROUP 3 IS NOW ELIGIBLE**
📅 Appointments are for Saturday, March 6th, from 9 am - 4 pm at the Duplin Events Center
📝 Information needed for registration: full name, date of birth, phone number, address, and insurance information if insured.

☎ 910-296-2389
📌 GRUPOS 1, 2, y 3 **LOS 3 GRUPOS AHORA SON ELEGIBLES**
📅 Las citas son para el sábado 6 de marzo de 9 am a 4 pm en el Duplin Events Center
📝 Información necesaria para el registro: nombre completo, fecha de nacimiento, número de teléfono, dirección e información del seguro si está asegurado.

Duplin County Government
03/03/2021

Duplin County Government

📣 CALL CENTER OPEN FOR COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS
☎ 910-296-2389
📌 GROUPS 1, 2 & 3 **ALL OF GROUP 3 IS NOW ELIGIBLE**
📅 Appointments are for Saturday, March 6th, from 9 am - 4 pm at the Duplin Events Center
📝 Information needed for registration: full name, date of birth, phone number, address, and insurance information if insured. The call center is open 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, or until all appointments are full.

Visit this link for information about Group 3 Frontline Essential Workers: https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/vaccines/find-your-spot-take-your-shot/deeper-dive-group-3#frontline-essential-worker-frontline-essential-worker
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📣 CENTRO DE LLAMADAS ABIERTO PARA CITAS DE VACUNA COVID-19
☎ 910-296-2389
📌 GRUPOS 1, 2 y 3 **LOS 3 GRUPOS AHORA SON ELEGIBLES**
📅 Las citas son para el sábado 6 de marzo de 9 am a 4 pm en el Duplin Events Center
📝 Información necesaria para el registro: nombre completo, fecha de nacimiento, número de teléfono, dirección e información del seguro si está asegurado. El centro de llamadas está abierto de 8:30 a. M. A 4:30 p. M., O hasta que se llenen todas las citas.

03/02/2021
Duplin County Government

Duplin County Government

**ALL OF GROUP 3 IS NOW ELIGIBLE**
Visit this link for a list defining Group 3 Childcare/Pre-K-12 & Frontline Essential Workers: https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/vaccines/find-your-spot-take-your-shot/deeper-dive-group-3

📣 CALL CENTER OPEN FOR COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS
☎ 910-296-2389
📌 GROUPS 1, 2 & 3
📅 Appointments are for Saturday, March 6th, from 9 am - 4 pm at the Duplin Events Center
📝 Information needed for registration: full name, date of birth, phone number, address, and insurance information if insured. The call center is open until 4:30 pm, or until all appointments are full.

📣 CENTRO DE LLAMADAS ABIERTO PARA CITAS DE VACUNA COVID-19
☎ 910-296-2389
📌 GRUPOS 1, 2 y 3
📅 Las citas son para el sábado 6 de marzo de 9 am a 4 pm en el Duplin Events Center
📝 Información necesaria para el registro: nombre completo, fecha de nacimiento, número de teléfono, dirección e información del seguro si está asegurado.

03/02/2021
Duplin County Government

Duplin County Government

**2:30 PM UPDATE: ALL OF GROUP 3 IS NOW ELIGIBLE**

📣 CALL CENTER OPEN FOR COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS
☎ 910-296-2389
📌 GROUPS 1, 2 & 3 - healthcare workers, adults 65+, and education (child care staff & K-12 teachers and support staff)
📅 Appointments are for Saturday, March 6th, from 9 am - 4 pm at the Duplin Events Center
📝 Information needed for registration: full name, date of birth, phone number, address, and insurance information if insured. The call center is open 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, or until all appointments are full.
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📣 CENTRO DE LLAMADAS ABIERTO PARA CITAS DE VACUNA COVID-19
☎ 910-296-2389
📌 GRUPOS 1, 2 y 3: trabajadores de la salud, adultos mayores de 65 años y educación (personal de cuidado infantil y maestros de K-12 y personal de apoyo)
📅 Las citas son para el sábado 6 de marzo de 9 am a 4 pm en el Duplin Events Center
📝 Información necesaria para el registro: nombre completo, fecha de nacimiento, número de teléfono, dirección e información del seguro si está asegurado. El centro de llamadas está abierto de 8:30 a. M. A 4:30 p. M., O hasta que se llenen todas las citas.

02/28/2021
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02/27/2021
Duplin County Government

Duplin County Government

**UPDATE**

All COVID-19 doses have been reserved for today. Thank you!

Todas las docis de covid an sido reservadas. Gracias

Duplin County Health Department has 50 COVID vaccine doses available today at the Duplin Events Center in Kenansville. This will be first come first serve until gone.
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El Departamento de Salud del Condado de Duplin tiene 50 dosis de la vacuna COVID disponibles hoy en el Centro de Eventos Duplin en Kenansville. Esto se asignará por orden de llegada hasta que se termine.

02/24/2021
Duplin County Government

Duplin County Government

**UPDATE** The call center has been deactivated but will reopen early next week. Follow our page for announcements about the reopening day and time.
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📣 CALL CENTER OPEN FOR COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS
📌 GROUPS 1, 2 & 3 Education - healthcare workers, adults 65+, and education (child care staff & K-12 teachers and support staff)
☎ 910-296-2389
📝 Information needed for registration: full name, date of birth, phone number, address, and insurance information if insured.

We would like to thank Sharon Baptist Church of Chinquapin for inviting us to come educate their group on CPR and AED us...
02/24/2021

We would like to thank Sharon Baptist Church of Chinquapin for inviting us to come educate their group on CPR and AED use. As a part of our Community CPR initiative, we offer this education free of charge to any group that would like to learn this life-saving skill. Contact our EMS administrative office at (910) 296-2160 if interested.

02/24/2021

Please submit all applications through Duplin County Human Resources: https://www.duplincountync.com/jobs/

General Definition of Work
Under general supervision of EMS Director, the purpose of this position is to perform skilled emergency and non-emergency work driving an emergency mobile medical unit, rescuing the sick or injured, and administering advanced emergency medical care, including advanced life support. Employees in this classification perform skilled professional work. Position is responsible for operating an approved mobile medical unit, rescuing victims, and performing advanced emergency care, including the administration of life sustaining treatment to patients on-site and while in route to the hospital. Employees in this position have the ability to perform pulmonary ventilation by means of endotracheal airway and to administer manual cardiac/defibrillator monitors. Performs related work as required.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities
The list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this classification. It is not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class. The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.
• Responds to emergency calls as a mobile medical unit driver or attendant; performs necessary rescue work in accordance with established protocols for Advanced Life Support; administers necessary emergency medical care.
• May perform any of the following procedures if allowed by the County Emergency Medical Services System in which they function:
• Patient assessment;
• Advanced and basic life support techniques in accordance with the American Heart Association or American Red Cross, including airway management and cardiopulmonary resuscitation;
• Oxygen administration;
• Hemorrhage control;
• Treatment for shock;
• Bandaging and dressing soft tissue injuries;
• Splinting fractures and dislocations;
• Treatment of injuries to the head, face, eye, neck and spine;
• Treatment of injuries to the chest and abdomen;
• Provision of basic life support for medical injuries;
• Assisting in normal and abnormal childbirth;
• Treatment of injuries as a result of heat or cold;
• Treatment of burns;
• Lifting and moving patients for transfer to a medical facility; and
• Extraction of patients from confined areas. (Note that additional protocols employed in various emergency medical situations are referenced in the Emergency Medical Standard Operating Procedures Manual.)
• Evaluates condition of patients, gathers pertinent information, including patient medications, allergies, medical history, etc. and determines proper treatments.
• Administers necessary emergency medical care, monitoring vital signs and performing basic life support skills such as bandaging, splinting, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation and advanced life support skills such as administering intravenous solutions and prescribed drugs, drawing blood, suctioning airways, and other treatments as instructed by a physician.
• Utilizes life support equipment, including, immobilization equipment, M.A.S.T. trousers, syringes, cardiac monitors, etc. in performance of patient care.
• Prepares and transports sick or injured persons to appropriate facilities. Administers and directs others in administering treatment to patients while enroute to hospital.
• Communicates with medical facility, notifies facility of incoming emergency, prepares patient information and documents treatment given on ambulance call reports and provides report to the medical facility.
• Participates in a continuous training program to improve competence in medical technical work and in ambulance service operation.

Minimum Training and Experience
High school diploma or GED; supplemented by vocational/technical training as a Paramedic and 36 hours of continuing education for EMT-P certification; supplemented by one (1) to two (2) years previous experience and/or training involving emergency medical work; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience; CPR, ACLS, PALS, PHTLS/ITLS, and EVD/EVOC certifications.

Duplin County Government
02/23/2021

Duplin County Government

📣 CALL CENTER NOW OPEN
💉 COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments - 350 Available
📌 GROUPS 1 & 2 - healthcare workers and adults 65+
☎ 910-296-2389
📝 Information needed for registration: full name, date of birth, phone number, address, and insurance information if insured.

Duplin County Government
02/17/2021

Duplin County Government

FEBRUARY 19 COVID-19 VACCINE CLINIC POSTPONED

Duplin County has not received its weekly vaccine allocation due to shipping delays caused by adverse weather in other parts of the country.

Due to the circumstances, the Groups 1 & 2 vaccine clinic scheduled for February 19 at Wallace Elementary School has been rescheduled to February 26 at Wallace Elementary School.

Appointment times will remain the same for the rescheduled clinic date. An automated phone message will be distributed to appointment holders with additional information.

02/17/2021
Duplin County Government

Duplin County Government

The call center for COVID-19 vaccine appointments is closed for the remainder of the week.

Duplin County Government
02/16/2021

Duplin County Government

📣 CALL CENTER NOW OPEN
💉 COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments
📆 For February 19 Vaccine Clinic at Wallace Elementary School
📌 GROUPS 1 & 2 - healthcare workers and adults 65+
☎ 910-296-2389
📝 Information needed for registration: full name, date of birth, phone number, address, and insurance information if insured.

02/16/2021
Duplin County Government

Duplin County Government

**UPDATE: PHONE LINES ARE NOW WORKING

The COVID-19 vaccine appointment call center opening will likely be delayed due to a power outage in Kenansville. We will post an update once the power is restored and phone lines are open.

La apertura del centro de llamadas para la cita de la vacuna COVID-19 probablemente se retrasará debido a un corte de energía en Kenansville. Publicaremos una actualización una vez que se restablezca la energía y las líneas telefónicas estén abiertas.

02/15/2021
Duplin County Government

Duplin County Government

**UPDATE as of 8:00 AM: The call center opening will likely be delayed due to a power outage in Kenansville. We will post an update once the power is restored and phone lines are open.

** ACTUALIZACIÓN a partir de las 8:00 AM: Es probable que el centro de llamadas se retrase en abrir debido a un corte de energía en Kenansville. Publicaremos una actualización una vez que se restablezca la energía y las líneas telefónicas estén abiertas.

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CALL CENTER OPENS AT 8:30 A.M.
EL CENTRO DE LLAMADAS ABRE A LAS 8:30 A.M.

910-296-2389

The call center will open on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, at 8:30 a.m. to book appointments for first-dose COVID-19 vaccinations on February 19 at Wallace Elementary School.

There are currently 100 appointment available for this clinic. Information needed for registration: full name, date of birth, phone number, address, and insurance information if insured.
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El centro de llamadas abrirá el Martes 16 de Febrero, 2021 a las 8:30 a.m. para hacer citas para la primera dosis de la vacuna COVID-19 el 19 de Febrero en la escuela primaria Wallace (Wallace Elementary).

Actualmente hay 100 citas disponibles para esta clínica. Información necesaria para el registro: nombre completo, fecha de nacimiento, número de teléfono, dirección de casa, y información del seguro si está asegurado.

Address

209 Seminary Street
Kenansville, NC
28349-0909

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(910) 296-2160

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Are yall still needing paramedics? I applied but no one has called me back!! I applied August 19th. No one ever calls me back when I inquiry on the status!
Can a medic message me? Have couple questions about work. Moving to NC next month
One of your employees is promoting violence 
Are your EMS personnel volunteers? Are they part of the fire department like most jurisdictions?
Congratulations to Bryan Warren, Duplin County EMS's newest Paramedic.
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Medic 4 ready for Christmas.
A long time ago, in an EMS System far, far away.... STEMI WARS Episode I: The Phantom STEMI Paramedics and other providers! Looking for an EKG class to freshen up on STEMI's recognition and imposters? Well look no further. This class, taught by our own Greg Carr, will cover STEMI recognition, as well as those dreaded imposters and traditionally "non-diagnostic" rhythms. STEMI Wars Episode I: The Phantom STEMI will be held on Wed, Oct 16 and again on Wed, Oct 30 from 6-10pm in Williams Building, Room 107 (the EMS classroom). For more information, contact Moose Whitfield at 910-296-6207 or email [email protected]. As always, EMS providers with a departmental affiliation are fee-exempt. May the 12-lead be with you.
LADIES AND GERMS! YOUNG AND OLD! I have an Emergency Medical Responder class starting September 5th. Anyone interested please sign up through the link below. It will be a seated class at the Trenton Campus of LCC.
Duplin County EMS and James Sprunt EMS Education are pleased to announce the we are hosting Trauma Night Out on Thursday, May 23, 2019. This event is sponsored by New Hanover Regional Medical Center and Airlink, and will feature local case studies with an emphasis on trauma practices and outcomes. Trauma Night Out is open to all Duplin County providers, paid or volunteer, and surrounding agencies. This event will start at 6pm in Williams 100 (across from the EMS classroom), and a meal will be provided. Anyone planning to attend needs to email a headcount to Mark Casey at [email protected] before Monday, May 20, 2019.
I miss taking calls . I love DUPLIN CO. EMS . I am Retired 25 years with them . I really do miss it .
James Sprunt and NCOEMS are pleased to host Post-Overdose Rapid Response Training on Friday, Feb 8. This course addresses what to do AFTER the overdose to hopefully prevent the next from happening. This is a one-day course held here on campus aimed primarily at EMS, fire, law enforcement and other community health partners. For more information or to register, click on the following link: