Welcome aboard to our first orientation class of 2018! They have completed their classroom phase and now it's time for field training. The adventure is just beginning!

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HEMSI Giving back to the community! Toys were donated by our employees at our annual Christmas party.

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Heart of the Valley YMCA was live.

Our friends from Huntsville Emergency Medical Services, Inc. (HEMSI) provide toys for the children at the YMCA Downtown Early Childhood Education Center and deliver them in a very creative way!

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Chelle Eggenberger
· February 21, 2018
Thank you to the two HEMSI paramedics who took care of my daughter in Madison Monday night after having an allergic reaction. You made a scary moment for both of my daughters a little less scary. We... appreciate you caring and kindness. See More
Tammy LeeAnn Isable
· August 24, 2017
Horrible service. Rude employees that need to be fired.
Carolyn Congo
· July 11, 2014
A HUGE THANK YOU to HEMSI and to the Crew that responded to a call to assist a couple in a Black Nissan Altima at Griner's in Hazel Green today (7/11/2014). That couple happen to be my 77 year old ...Mom and 86 year old Dad. I was at work at The Heart Center when I received a frantic call from my Mom telling me that she was driving back from Fayetteville, TN, coming through Park City at the time and that Dad was complaining of severe chest pain, arm pain, hand and arm numbness, and facial/lip numbness. She was insisting on driving straight in to Huntsville ER with him. Of course, with those symptoms, I insisted that we call 911 and have HEMSI meet them to transport so that they could provide necessary Emergency Care as well as to get her off the road and prevent another potentially dangerous situation. Your Crew made contact with them at Griner's and not only did they treat and transport my Father, they also took excellent care of my Mother and I appreciate that they did this and that they allowed her to ride in with them rather than to risk her driving herself as upset as she was at the time. Dad did well in their care and was treated and released from HHER. I have long know many of the "Old Time" HEMSI staff, and while there are many new faces---the constant in all of it is that you can count on Prompt, Professional, and Exceptional care when HEMSI responds to your call for help and the knowledge that we have such an exceptional Organization in our community can be reassuring when we face emergencies with those that we love. Thanks HEMSI for a job well done....not just today, but every day! See More
Jennifer Dunaway Smith
· December 29, 2013
Great service for the community.

A big turnout again for the HEMSI employee Christmas party this past weekend. It was great seeing all of the families there and the children had a chance to visit with Santa! We also partnered with the United Way again for the toy drive. Employees were encourage to bring a new toy for donation. These will be going to needy families in our community. Look for those pictures late this month!

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PulsePoint is already making its impact felt!
PulsePoint Foundation

HEMSI officials believe the man might have suffered a medical emergency when the crash occurred.

ABOVE & BEYOND: A paramedic with Huntsville Emergency Medical Services, Inc. (HEMSI) noticed the truck on fire. He had to break a window to get the driver out.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Paramedics, by trade, are selfless people. One HEMSI paramedic went above the call of duty Thursday night after noticing a wrecked truck on fire. The single-vehicle wreck happened on Highway 72 East near Shields Road around 5:00. A pickup truck ran off the highway into the treelin...
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Don Dukemineer

Huntsville Exchange Club thanks our firefighters & first responders! We appreciate Huntsville Fire and Rescue, Madison Fire and Rescue, Huntsville Emergency Med...ical Services, Inc. (HEMSI), Huntsville International Airport Public Safety & Madison County Volunteer Fire Departments for your sacrifice!

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More from today's event.

he 911 center of Huntsville-Madison County partnered with HEMSI and other city and county emergency agencies to launch a new app to help save lives.

From this morning's PulsePoint introduction event at Bridge Street.

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HEMSI is proud to be a part of this project.

MADISON COUNTY, Ala.-- This morning a joint agency endeavor launched a free smartphone app called PulsePoint for all of Madison County. The app alerts citizens trained in hands only CPR when someone in a nearby public place suffers sudden cardiac arrest. The program is sponsored by the 911 Center of...

Story that reinforces that what we do works and matters! Way to go team!

Before the football game between Madison County and Madison Academy Friday night, Huntsville City Councilman Mark Russell thanked the people who saved his life on the same field seven weeks ago.
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Southern Emergency Consultants

WOW!!! Take a look at Number two!!!! Thanks HEMSI for allowing us to perform your remounts at REV Solutions Remount Center. Special thanks to Mr. Anthony Thomas for a superb inspection visit to the plant. We look forward to continuing our relationship with HEMSI!!!

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Huntsville Fire and Rescue

Huntsville Fire & Rescue would like to say thank you to Oakwood University and guest speaker Dr. Johnny W. Poole for honoring all 1st responders at today's Chap...el services. It is our honor for us to be able to serve you and this great city. Representatives from Huntsville Fire and Rescue, Huntsville Police Department and Huntsville Emergency Medical Services, Inc. (HEMSI) were all present.

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We have to give props to our crews when they find ways to get creative during their down time. Way to go MED-12!

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