Emergency Medical Services
Dial 911 in an emergency!
Campbell County Health Emergency Medical Services care for the sick and
injured through prevention, response, intervention, and transport to an
appropriate medical facility in Northeastern Wyoming.
Two EMS stations - one in Gillette and one in Wright - cover Campbell County
and beyond. EMS also provides standby services for special events such
as sporting events for an hourly fee.
- EMT-Paramedics (> 1800 hour education programs - none available locally)
- EMT-Intermediates (32-240 hours beyond EMT-Basic, a modular format)
- EMT- Basic Attendants (160 hour - local class offerings)
- Nurse (RN)
CCH EMS is committed to quality by monitoring the fractile response times
(from call to EMS Provider arrival on scene), physician review of all
low volume/high risk procedures and events, continual study of chest pain
patient recognition and treatment, and staff participation in Prehospital
Trauma Life Support (PHTLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric
Advanced Life Support (PALS), and Advanced Burn Life Support (ABLS) -
all national certification courses.
Learn more about
becoming an EMT.
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Charges for services
Charges are based on the level of service provided such as critical care
transport, advanced life support (emergency or non-emergency), or basic
life support (emergency or non-emergency), and with mileage.
Ever wonder what to do when an ambulance approaches with their lights and
Watch the video below and check out these tips provided by EMS:
Pull to the right—ambulances should always pass on the left unless it’s unavoidable.
If you are at an intersection or stop sign DO NOT hurry and turn—especially if you are making a left turn. Stay put and turn on your
flashers so the ambulance driver knows that you see them approaching.
Never tail an ambulance. Ambulance drivers cannot see vehicles directly behind them, and this can
be especially dangerous when they are making their way through an intersection.
While driving on the highway or interstate, do not pass an ambulance with
flashing lights while it is moving—this is illegal and very dangerous for you and the ambulance crew.
When emergency vehicles are stopped on the side of the road, always be
aware of your speed and road conditions as there is no safety shield between
you and the EMS crew.
Find CCH Emergency Medical Services at:
EMS Gillette Base: 502 Stocktrail Avenue, Gillette, Wyoming 82716
EMS Wright Base: 515 Latigo Drive, Wright, Wyoming 82732
Gillette Base Phone: 307-688-1161
Wright Base Phone: 307-464-1515
Manager: Christopher Beltz