Emergency Medical Services (EMS) in Clackamas County are provided under contract by American Medical Response (AMR) and local fire agencies throughout the county.
AMR and fire agencies respond 24/7 to 9-1-1 calls with Advanced Life Support paramedics and transports to four local area hospitals and two Level 1 trauma centers in the metro area.
The Clackamas County Public Health Division is responsible for regulatory oversight, ongoing quality improvement initiatives and administration of the EMS Council that provides strategic policy direction to the Board of County Commissioners.
Emergency Medical Services Council
The Emergency Medical Services Council (EMSC) advises commissioners and the County Health, Housing and Human Services Department in matters relating to emergency medical response and ambulance services.
TThe EMSC meets quarterly on the fourth Tuesday of January, April, July, and October from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. For more information, please contact Jack Nuttall, Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator at email@example.com or 503-742-5333.
- William Conway, Chair, Clackamas County Fire District 1
- Craig Warden, M.D.,Medical Director for EMS Provider Agency
- Ritu Sahni, M.D. EMS Medical Director
- Richard Newton, Basic Life Support EMT in Clackamas County
- Vince Stafford, Clackamas County Fire Defense Board
- Sean Stone, M.D., Emergency Physician in Clackamas County
- Mark Spross, Representative of PSAP in Clackamas County
- Sarah Eckman, County Representative
- Matt Dale, Advanced Life Support Paramedic in Clackamas County
- Jason Mahle, Commercial Ambulance Provider (AMR)
- Phil Moyer, Resident of Clackamas County
- Steve Dehart, City Representative
Membership as of June 2018
- Ambulance Service Plan
- Map of ASAs
- Treatment Protocols
- Preparing for an Emergency - Clackamas County Disaster Management
- EMS Council Bylaws