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“At HEMSI, we strive to provide timely, high-quality emergency medical treatment, comfort, and transport to patients regardless of their ability to pay.”

- Jon Howell HEMSI CEO

Serving 350,000+ residents in 800+ square miles, HEMSI is Madison County's not-for-profit emergency medical services provider and is nationally recognized for high-performance services.

  • 220 dedicated employees
  • 13 stations to serve the community
  • 37 units in a state-of- the-art fleet
  • 50,000+ calls per year


Latest News

  • Annual Toy Project Creates Smiles and Joy

    Toy Delivery 2016 4Huntsville Emergency Medical Services, Inc. (HEMSI) employees donated toys at their annual Christmas party earlier this month as part of the HEMSI Cares program.  Generosity is entrenched in HEMSI’s culture, and this project of several years for area children is a continual favorite among employees. 

    An ambulance and crew will deliver the toys to the YMCA Downtown Early Childhood Education Center with lights flashing.  The EMTs will present each child with a personalized gift wrapped by volunteers through the United Way of Madison County. 

    This annual tradition promises to delight the children and result in countless smiles, as it does every year.

     

     

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    Huntsville Emergency Medical Services, Inc. (HEMSI) employees donated toys at their annual Christmas party earlier this month as part of the HEMSI Cares program.  Generosity is entrenched in HEMSI’s culture, and this project of several years for area children is a continual favorite among employees. 

    An ambulance and crew will deliver the toys to the YMCA Downtown Early Childhood Education Center with lights flashing.  The EMTs will present each child with a personalized gift wrapped by volunteers through the United Way of Madison County. 

    This annual tradition promises to delight the children and result in countless smiles, as it does every year.

    Written on Wednesday, 14 December 2016 11:58