Logan County EMS

Logan County EMS LCEMS is an ALS ambulance service providing 24-7 treatment and transport to the citizens of Logan County Ky for both emergency and convalescent requests

LCEMS provides 911 emergency response and scheduled transport by ambulance for the people and communities of Logan County Ky. Office Hours are:
8am-4pm Monday-Thursday (closed Fridays)

For emergencies call 911

To schedule a transport call:
270-726-2591

For billing inquiries call:
270-298-4415

Operating as usual

Logan County EMS, in coordination with LMH chest pain program, was able to do some education for the public on CPR.  Kit...
09/22/2021

Logan County EMS, in coordination with LMH chest pain program, was able to do some education for the public on CPR. Kits were provided to these students by the American Heart association.

08/10/2021
Know the signs during these increasing temperatures.
07/26/2021

Know the signs during these increasing temperatures.

Know the signs during these increasing temperatures.

Join Our Team!
07/09/2021

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Join Our Team!

Happy EMS week to our crews. Thank you for everything you do!
05/21/2021

Happy EMS week to our crews. Thank you for everything you do!

Happy EMS week to our crews. Thank you for everything you do!

04/04/2021
We would like to say Thank You to Olmstead 7th grade for bringing our crews this very thoughtful sign and basket of snac...
03/11/2021

We would like to say Thank You to Olmstead 7th grade for bringing our crews this very thoughtful sign and basket of snacks! We appreciate you so much!

We would like to say Thank You to Olmstead 7th grade for bringing our crews this very thoughtful sign and basket of snacks! We appreciate you so much!

Photos from US National Weather Service Louisville Kentucky's post
02/15/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Louisville Kentucky's post

02/09/2021

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ICE STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT CST WEDNESDAY TO 6 PM CST/ THURSDAY...

* WHAT...Significant icing expected. Total snow accumulations of
up to one inch and ice accumulations of two tenths to one half
to three quarters of an inch. Isolated higher icing amounts are
possible. The heaviest icing is expected to fall south of the
Western Kentucky and Bluegrass Parkways.

* WHERE...Much of central and southern Kentucky.

* WHEN...From 1 AM EST /midnight CST/ Wednesday to 7 PM EST /6 PM CST/ Thursday.

* IMPACTS...Significant power outages and tree damage are expected due to the ice. Travel could be nearly impossible. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning or evening commute.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Travel is strongly discouraged. If you must travel, keep an extra
flashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of an
emergency. Prepare for possible power outages. If you must use a
generator for emergency power, make sure that you run the
generator outside of your home...not inside your home.

For Kentucky Road Conditions please visit https://goky.ky.gov

01/01/2021
Logan county EMS is doing our part to fight the spread of Covid-19. Pictured is our director, Ben Wofford. The first of ...
12/28/2020

Logan county EMS is doing our part to fight the spread of Covid-19. Pictured is our director, Ben Wofford. The first of many employees to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.

12/22/2020

We would like to extend a special Thank You to Carl Seidler with station 5. Carl has brought many meals over the last several months to make sure we’re getting a chance to eat during some busy times. We are so grateful, Carl!

Happy Thanksgiving, from our family to yours!
11/26/2020

Happy Thanksgiving, from our family to yours!

10/31/2020

We are wishing everyone a safe and happy Halloween!

09/11/2020
08/27/2020

Com-care EMS sent several crew members, with a few of them being from Logan county EMS, to help with relief efforts in Texas due to the hurricane. Please keep these crews in your thoughts and prayers as they work diligently with other agencies over the next several days. As always, we are proud of their hard work and willingness to help out when needed in other areas.

Since EMS week is coming an end, we want to thank each and every person who made it special. Here’s just a few of the th...
05/22/2020

Since EMS week is coming an end, we want to thank each and every person who made it special. Here’s just a few of the things we received. Everything was much appreciated! Happy EMS week and thank you for all you do out there!

05/10/2020
05/07/2020

Thank you Carl Seidler for bringing us homemade goulash for lunch today! It was delicious and very much appreciated!!

04/29/2020

Congratulations to our newest licensed paramedic, James Hochstetler!!

Thank you Servepro for providing our crews with lunch this afternoon!!
04/28/2020

Thank you Servepro for providing our crews with lunch this afternoon!!

04/24/2020

We would like to thank Chaplain Mike Humble and his colleges from the bottom of our hearts, for all the kindness shown to us. From the meals to the emotional support, we are extremely grateful for all. You all made a huge difference in the busyness our lives have become recently. We couldn’t do it without you!

04/23/2020

Congratulations Heather Shadwell on becoming an Advanced EMT. Good luck to those who are still waiting to test!

04/22/2020

We have several crew members who have been putting in long, hard hours to earn advanced licenses. We want to congratulate those who are newly licensed and wish the best of luck to those who will be taking their tests soon. Our newest license holders are:

Carla Dillon: Paramedic
Suzanne Goodhue: Advanced EMT
Angie Bond: Advanced EMT

CONGRATULATIONS ladies!!!

We are so proud of our Com-Care crews who continue to assist in NYC. Our Assistant Director, Stephen Haney, is 1 of 4 cr...
04/20/2020

We are so proud of our Com-Care crews who continue to assist in NYC. Our Assistant Director, Stephen Haney, is 1 of 4 crew members that are deployed. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.

Happy telecommunications week! Thank you for all you do!
04/14/2020

Happy telecommunications week! Thank you for all you do!

04/13/2020

Congratulations to our newest paramedic, Dylan Joiner!!!

04/12/2020

Happy Easter from all our crews at LCEMS! We hope you and your children will enjoy this book “The Easter Story”.

We have joined in on the bear hunt. Meet Teddy Bear-a-medic!! He’ll be at the station waiting for some visitors to drive...
04/02/2020

We have joined in on the bear hunt. Meet Teddy Bear-a-medic!! He’ll be at the station waiting for some visitors to drive by and wave.

These are some gifts that we received just from today. There are several not pictured. We are beyond grateful for everyt...
04/01/2020

These are some gifts that we received just from today. There are several not pictured. We are beyond grateful for everything you all are doing for us. From the homemade masks and baked goods; to the community, family members and our chaplains paying for our meals. Everything is so appreciated.

Com-Care EMS sent a total of 4 crew members from various counties to assist in NYC in the fight against covid-19. We are...
04/01/2020

Com-Care EMS sent a total of 4 crew members from various counties to assist in NYC in the fight against covid-19. We are very proud of their selflessness and honored to help where needed. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers during this assignment.

Here is a link that shows you how to make an approved isolation gown for health care workers. These gowns are in a short...
03/30/2020
Isolation Gown

Here is a link that shows you how to make an approved isolation gown for health care workers. These gowns are in a shortage nationwide and are vital for our protection. If anyone would like to make some to donate to our EMS crews, they will be greatly appreciated and most definitely used to protect our crews. Thank you for all your support during this time. We continue to stand ready to serve our community 24/7. Stay well! https://www.peekaboopatternshop.com/isolation-gown/

Peek-a-Boo Pattern Shop carries printable sewing patterns for children and adults. It's where fashion meets fun!

03/18/2020

Thank you Chaplain Mike Humble for bringing food by for our crews! It’s very much appreciated!!

We are getting daily updates on this virus and adjusting accordingly. All of our crews have undergone training and are r...
03/13/2020
Ambulance service prepares for COVID-19 patients

We are getting daily updates on this virus and adjusting accordingly. All of our crews have undergone training and are ready to handle any patient that may be affected.

Jim Dukes, president of Com-Care, Inc., Logan County's ambulance service provider, recently released a public statement to assure the citizens Com-Care ser

Com-Care is now hiring for both Logan and Todd counties. PRN positions available for every level. Full time paramedic po...
01/21/2020
Com Care Inc | EMS Solutions for Rural Kentucky

Com-Care is now hiring for both Logan and Todd counties. PRN positions available for every level. Full time paramedic positions available. You may apply at the Logan county EMS station, 1201 Nashville st Russellville, or online at Com-Careinc.com. Our telephone number is 270-726-2591. Ben Wofford, director. Stephen Haney assistant director.

EMS Solutions for Rural Kentucky Providing Emergency Medical Services to the Community Counties Served: Office: 270-298-4415 Office: 270-726-2591 Office: 270-429-1572 Office: 270-365-3787 Office: 270-965-1143 Since 2009 Com-Care Inc. has been providing pre-hospital emergency and convalescent care to...

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1201 Nashville St
Russellville, KY
42276

Telephone

+12707266499

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I would like to thank the Paramedic and EMT's that responded to the accident I was involved in on Friday Feb 1st. Your caring, compassion, respectfulness, and mostly your professionalism was outstanding and a God send to me and I'm sure the other people involved in this terrible accident. I am thankful and blessed to be here today and want to express my appreciation to you all. I so wish I could remember your names, especially the Paramedic that took such wonderful care of me. As a fairly new resident of Logan County, I am soo very proud to say I live in a awesome County with such amazing people. Thanks and May God Bless each of you❤