Henderson Fire Department provides complete emergency medical services (EMS) to the community, from first response to treatment and transport of the sick and injured to area hospitals.
Henderson Fire operates nine transport-capable advanced life support ambulance rescue units staffed with Firefighter/Paramedics, serving the city 24 hours a day. All units are equipped with 12-lead EKG monitors, advanced airway interventions and advanced cardiac life support medication consistent with the latest American Heart Association guidelines.
The department's nine engine and two truck companies are also staffed with Firefighter/Paramedics to provide emergency medical services and are capable of providing basic life support when responding to an incident.
Henderson Fire is one of seven fire departments in the nation to be accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS).
EMS Division Chief Kim Moore can be reached at Kim.Moore@cityofhenderson.com.
For EMS records (medical reports; run sheets; trip reports, etc.) requests, email HFD_FTC@cityofhenderson.com or via Contact Henderson.