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What it's like to work for CCH Emergency Medical Services

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  • Written By: Felicia Messimer
What it's like to work for CCH Emergency Medical Services

Chris Beltz, the Director of Campbell County Health Emergency Medical Services, wants to show you what it's like to work for EMS in Campbell County, Wyoming!

In Gillette and Wright, a typical EMS professional works 24 hours at a time, and is assigned to a shift. While they’re working, it’s not unusual for these providers to respond to more than 10 calls per day—with an average of 3,800 calls per year in Campbell County, Wyoming.

Other daily tasks our staff members do include:

  • Rig checks to ensure they are stocked with all of the equipment needed to save a life; as well as make sure the ambulance is running well.
  • Rounding and providing patient care in departments at Campbell County Memorial Hospital and The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center.
  • Writing reports, reviewing protocols and policies, performing Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance activities.
  • Chores, which include cleaning and organizing the base, washing and organizing the ambulances.
  • Exercising and training, which includes running through scenarios in our hi-fidelity simulation lab and intubating patients with our anesthesia experts.
  • Car seat inspections, which take place every Wednesday by appointment, and a few other events throughout the year.

Every day, our EMS crews are called upon to help others through one of what may be the most frightening times of their lives. If you have what it takes, apply online at

  • Category: Careers, Emergency Medical Services