Eureka-Goodfield Fire Protection District has been proudly providing ambulance service to its citizens since 1972.

Ambulance Service Time Line

  • 1972 EGFPD assumes ambulance service from local funeral home.

  • 1990 EGFPD ambulance service upgrades to Intermediate Level Service.

  • 2009 EGFPD ambulance service upgrades to Advance Life Support Service.

  • February 2011 EGFPD appoints first full-time EMS Chief.

  • April 2011 EGFPD ambulance services moves to full-time paid 24/7 service.

  • July 2012 EGFPDEMS acquires EMS provider contract with Germantown Hills FPD.

  • August 2012 EGFPDEMS places ALS Quick Response Vehicle in-service.

  • August 2012 EGFPD is awarded a Assistance to Firefighter grant for the region (15 departments) totaling over $900,000.00 for Cardiac monitors, AED's and C0 monitors.

  • October 2012 EGFPDEMS up-grades to Expanded Scope Tier 1 Service.

  • December 2014 EGFPDEMS take delivery of two new ambulances.

  • Spring 2015 EGFPDEMS refurbishes two original ambulances.

  • May 2016 EGFPDEMS staffs second ALS ambulance weekdays 6a to 6p.

  • 2016 EGFPDEMS answers every 911 call for ambulance service.

  • September 2017 EGFPDEMS adds Rapid Sequence Intubation to its skill set. ( First service in PAEMS history to be allowed this Skill)

  • September 2018 EGFPDEMS locates a second ambulance at our Goodfield station Monday thru Friday from 6 am to 6 pm utilizing "flexible deployment".

  • October 2018 EGFDPEMS places a "EMS Special Operations Trailer" in-service for the District. First and only fully dedicated Incident Rehabilitation/Disaster unit in the tri-county area.

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