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Emergency Medical Services

Caring For Our Community

South Lincoln Hospital District Emergency Medical Services provides ambulance transport and emergency medical treatment for South Lincoln County, Wyoming. The service is based in the city of Kemmerer, but serves an area of more than 1,500 square miles (located high in the rolling hills of western Wyoming near the Continental Divide) and a combined population of approximately 5,000. The boundaries of the service area encompass terrain that includes steep forested mountains, lakes, rivers, and high desert "off road" plains. The character of the area, high elevation and climate require that the EMS personnel be trained to provide service in this environment, as well as be able to handle emergencies involving oil rigs, mines, industrial sites, agriculture, recreation areas and waterways.

EMS Staff and Facility

The EMS staff is composed of a combination of full-time employed training and administration staff and volunteers of EMT Basic and Intermediate
levels.

A Multipurpose Ambulance Storage and Training Facility which provides a modern fully equipped base for training and operations was completed in 1999.

The EMS collaborates with both fixed wing and helicopter ambulance services from Salt Lake City, Utah, Pocatello, ID and Denver, Colorado to provide speedy transport to metropolitan hospitals when needed.

News & Events

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On Monday July 17, 2017 the South Lincoln Hospital District Board of Trustees accepted the resignation of CEO Kenneth Archer. Mr. Archer had served as CEO of South Lincoln Medical Center since January 2015. The board has requested that the CEO position be posted as soon as possible. During the meeting, the board appointed Kristin Housley, Jessie Wilcox, and Scott Erickson to serve as an interim Administrative Management Team during this time of transition. The Board is confident that the Interim Management Team has the ability and experience necessary to handle the continued operation for all facilities including hospital, EMS, clinic, nursing home, and retail pharmacy. They will continue to work closely with the board to effectively enact the vision and mission the board has set for the organization. The board would like to thank the providers and each employee of South Lincoln Medical Center for their continued efforts compassionately caring for the medical needs of our community.