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In celebration of EMS Week, Georgetown Community Hospital provided the crews a full breakfast including “cook to order” omelets.   Georgetown Community Hospital is one of our biggest supporters and we are so grateful to this fantastic hospital in our community!   Special thank you goes to William Haugh,  Bridget Foster, Jeff Jones-Ritzler, Donzetta Hughes, and Tony Adams for making today so special!

We would like to invite the public to join us on Saturday May 19th from 10 am – Noon for an open house, at our EMS headquarters, 141 South Broadway St. We are kicking off National EMS week by opening our doors and inviting everyone to come tour our facility and meet our EMS crews and staff. This will give you a chance to see a behind the scenes look into our daily operations, ask questions and just get to know those of us who serve you and this community. We look forward to seeing everyone on May 19th.

Join our Team and make a difference!

Our ability to provide quality care for the people of Scott County depends on a group of  knowledgeable individuals with excellent skills and a commitment to providing outstanding patient care and customer service.

Georgetown-Scott County EMS (GSCEMS) is the sole EMS provider in Scott County Kentucky.  Established in 1976, GSCEMS provides service to a population of 50,000 that reside in the 285 square miles of the county.  In addition to our residents, thousands of individuals travel through the county each day on Interstates 64 & 75 and come to work at various industrial sites and study at Georgetown College.  Based out of three stations, GSCEMS operates 4 Advanced Life Support units 24/7/365, answering over 6,500 requests for service annually. The crews work under off-line medical control utilizing protocols established by the Kentucky Board of EMS.   A paramedic supervisor oversees each shift and responds to high acuity calls in a SUV to provide additional assistance.

Take a look at our brochure for more information about our Service.