Robertson County Emergency Medical Services

Robertson County Emergency Medical Services The purpose of this department is to care for and transport the sick and injured and provide advance We are an ALS 911 EMS service in Robertson County TN.

We have 8 ALS ambulances staffed with Critical Care Paramedics, Paramedics and AEMTs, on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These ambulances respond from 6 stations located through out the county. On average, we respond to just approximately 10,000calls for service each year and the that number is on the rise. You can also see our crews at multiple special events through out the year.

Operating as usual

10/21/2021

Come work with us! We are currently hiring AEMTs, Paramedics and Critical Care Paramedics!

Photos from Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department's post
10/09/2021

Photos from Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department's post

Our deepest condolences go out to the family of retired EMS Chief Wes Klein and all of our colleagues at Montgomery Coun...
09/29/2021

Our deepest condolences go out to the family of retired EMS Chief Wes Klein and all of our colleagues at Montgomery County EMS.

Our deepest condolences go out to the family of retired EMS Chief Wes Klein and all of our colleagues at Montgomery County EMS.

09/11/2021
Part of TriStar Health
09/04/2021
Part of TriStar Health

Part of TriStar Health

TriStar NorthCrest Medical Center is a 109-bed acute care hospital in Springfield Tennessee that is dedicated to serving the healthcare needs of Robertson County and the surrounding areas. We offer a full array of services, including emergency care, orthopedics, cardiology, women’s care and diagno...

RCEMS Training Officer Thomas Snyder practicing advanced airway management with a Medtronic McGrath video laryngoscope a...
09/02/2021

RCEMS Training Officer Thomas Snyder practicing advanced airway management with a Medtronic McGrath video laryngoscope and our new 7-SIGMA Simulation Systems - 7S³ advanced airway trainer. This hyper realistic airway trainer will help our paramedics maintain a high proficiency in airway management. RCEMS is always striving to provide the highest level of care to the citizens of our county and these tools are another way we can do that.

Rest In Peace Axel.
08/26/2021

Rest In Peace Axel.

Robertson EMA Assisting Humphreys County After Severe Flooding | Smokey Barn News
08/21/2021
Robertson EMA Assisting Humphreys County After Severe Flooding | Smokey Barn News

Robertson EMA Assisting Humphreys County After Severe Flooding | Smokey Barn News

Robertson EMA Assisting Humphreys County After Severe Flooding ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – ALERT: Members of the Robertson County Emergency Management Agency Special Operations team have been deployed to Humphreys County to aid in the catastrophic flooding event taking place i...

R.C. COVID Spike: "We need the community’s help," Says Hospital CEO | Smokey Barn News
08/20/2021
R.C. COVID Spike: "We need the community’s help," Says Hospital CEO | Smokey Barn News

R.C. COVID Spike: "We need the community’s help," Says Hospital CEO | Smokey Barn News

R.C. COVID Spike: “We need the community’s help,” Says Hospital CEO ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – An uptick in COVID numbers in Robertson County will likely have city and county leaders considering alternatives. According to NorthCrest Medical Center President & CEO Randy ...

Timeline Photos
08/20/2021

Timeline Photos

COVID-19 UPDATE: NorthCrest Medical Center has reached capacity in its critical care unit due to the rise in COVID-19 cases. The situation has become dire, meaning if there is an emergency that requires a hospital visit (heart attack, stroke, etc.), care may be limited or delayed.

After consulting our local health officials, the City of Springfield is taking preventative measures and has decided to cancel Free Movie Fridays scheduled to take place on Friday, Aug. 20, 2021.

We will continue to evaluate the situation and consult local health officials on other precautions including future event cancellations. Please stay tuned to our social media accounts for updates.

Robertson County EMS and our Assistant Director Josh Rice were featured in the August issue of EMS World magazine!
08/14/2021
Meet Your Local Medic

Robertson County EMS and our Assistant Director Josh Rice were featured in the August issue of EMS World magazine!

For an EMS retiree, a visit with his hometown service is reassuring.

08/10/2021

Congratulations to our newest paramedics , Colton Banks and Emily Hughes! Today they passed the final phase of the Paramedic NREMT exam. Once their state licenses are processed, they will begin the field training program to start serving the citizens of Robertson County as fully licensed paramedics!

We are all set up at Freedom Fest!
07/04/2021

We are all set up at Freedom Fest!

Happy Independence Day!
07/04/2021

Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day!

07/04/2021

As you prepare for tomorrow’s Freedom Fest, just a quick reminder that the fairgrounds will open at 3 p.m. with music beginning at 3:15 p.m. Seating will be limited inside the arena for the concerts but guests are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets. 🎶

Free parking is available at the fairgrounds, Legion Park, and J. Travis Price Park. Shuttles will be available to take attendees to and from J. Travis Price Park. 🚘

See you soon, Springfield! 👋

Our crews, along with Greenbrier Fire Department TN, Greenbrier Police Department and Robertson County Emergency Managem...
07/02/2021

Our crews, along with Greenbrier Fire Department TN, Greenbrier Police Department and Robertson County Emergency Management are working a 2 vehicle head on MVA. Please avoid the area if possible.

Come on down to the fairgrounds!
07/01/2021

Come on down to the fairgrounds!

Come out to the fairgrounds on July 1st from 1pm-7pm for the Remembering the Badges Blood Drive! Multiple first responde...
06/25/2021

Come out to the fairgrounds on July 1st from 1pm-7pm for the Remembering the Badges Blood Drive! Multiple first responder vehicles will be on site for you to check out including the SkyLife medical helicopter! SkyLife will be landing at 2pm and departing at 5pm.

If you want to donate blood, please sign up at www.redcrossblood.org and use sponsor code: Robertson Remembers

Come out to the fairgrounds on July 1st from 1pm-7pm for the Remembering the Badges Blood Drive! Multiple first responder vehicles will be on site for you to check out including the SkyLife medical helicopter! SkyLife will be landing at 2pm and departing at 5pm.

If you want to donate blood, please sign up at www.redcrossblood.org and use sponsor code: Robertson Remembers

Family Of 5 Face Serious Injuries After Back-To-Back Rollovers Sunday | Smokey Barn News
06/21/2021
Family Of 5 Face Serious Injuries After Back-To-Back Rollovers Sunday | Smokey Barn News

Family Of 5 Face Serious Injuries After Back-To-Back Rollovers Sunday | Smokey Barn News

Family Of 5 Face Serious Injuries After Back-To-Back Rollovers Sunday CROSS PLAINS TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Two back-to-back rollover crashes on I65 triggered heroic life-saving efforts by first responders Sunday morning. It was a team effort that likely made the difference for an 11-year-o...

Our crews, are currently working a multi vehicle wreck on I65S at the 114. The interstate is shut down at this time. Ple...
06/20/2021

Our crews, are currently working a multi vehicle wreck on I65S at the 114. The interstate is shut down at this time. Please avoid the area if possible.

Remember the Badges Blood Drive Robertson County 1st responders are hosting a Remember the Badges Blood Drive to honor t...
06/07/2021

Remember the Badges Blood Drive

Robertson County 1st responders are hosting a Remember the Badges Blood Drive to honor the 20th anniversary of 9/11, and the lives that were lost and sacrificed that day. We are partnering with other agencies across Middle Tennessee to collectively reach a goal of 2,977 pints of donated blood. Come join your Robertson County 1st Responders at the Remember the Badges Blood Drive!

Slots are limited so make sure you schedule your appointment!
www.redcrossblood.org
Sponsor Code: Robertson Remembers

Date: Thursday, July 1st, 2021
Time: 1:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: Robertson County Fairgrounds
4635 US-41, Springfield, TN 37172

Each pint of blood donated will be in memory of each life lost that day 20 years ago. #RememberingTheBadges

Remember the Badges Blood Drive

Robertson County 1st responders are hosting a Remember the Badges Blood Drive to honor the 20th anniversary of 9/11, and the lives that were lost and sacrificed that day. We are partnering with other agencies across Middle Tennessee to collectively reach a goal of 2,977 pints of donated blood. Come join your Robertson County 1st Responders at the Remember the Badges Blood Drive!

Slots are limited so make sure you schedule your appointment!
www.redcrossblood.org
Sponsor Code: Robertson Remembers

Date: Thursday, July 1st, 2021
Time: 1:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: Robertson County Fairgrounds
4635 US-41, Springfield, TN 37172

Each pint of blood donated will be in memory of each life lost that day 20 years ago. #RememberingTheBadges

Happy Birthday Tennessee!
06/01/2021

Happy Birthday Tennessee!

Happy Birthday Tennessee!

05/31/2021
This weekend, as you enjoy time with friends and family, remember the hero’s who didn’t make it home. This weekend we re...
05/29/2021

This weekend, as you enjoy time with friends and family, remember the hero’s who didn’t make it home. This weekend we remember the ultimate sacrifice they made for our country. Have a safe weekend everyone!

This weekend, as you enjoy time with friends and family, remember the hero’s who didn’t make it home. This weekend we remember the ultimate sacrifice they made for our country. Have a safe weekend everyone!

Springfield, TN
05/26/2021
Springfield, TN

Springfield, TN

Grand opening announced for Springfield’s first inclusive playground

05/22/2021

NOW HIRING!!

We are now accepting applications for full time AEMTs, Paramedics and Critical Care Paramedics ! These are for 911 positions working a 24hrs on, 48hrs off schedule.
Robertson County EMS is a 911 ALS service that responds to approximately 10,300 calls for service every year. We have 6 EMS stations and 8 ALS ambulances. We were awarded the TASA ALS Service of the Year in 2019. We have advanced protocols and we pride ourselves on the high quality of care that we are able to bring to the citizens of our county.

Salary info: AEMT: $44,824/yr, Paramedic: $50,318/yr, Critical Care Paramedic: $56,685/yr. These salaries are based on a 24/48 schedule with out any additional OT.
Benefits include:
Paid training opportunities
TCRS Retirement
Health/dental and vision benefits
Opportunity to attend Paramedic school with tuition paid by the service.
OT opportunities available
Requirements:
Must have a valid TN drivers license
Must have a valid TN EMS license at the level you apply for
Must have a valid AHA BLS Provider certification
Paramedics must have a valid AHA ACLS and PALS certification
Must be able to pass a background check and preemployment drug screen

B shift was able to enjoy a great lunch from MISSION BBQ today! Happy EMS Week!
05/20/2021

B shift was able to enjoy a great lunch from MISSION BBQ today! Happy EMS Week!

B shift was able to enjoy a great lunch from MISSION BBQ today! Happy EMS Week!

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1305 Hill St.
Springfield, TN
37172

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