Emergency Medical Services



Durham EMS Mission Statement

 The mission of Durham County EMS is to enhance the health  and welfare of the citizens of Durham County by providing a  comprehensive, coordinated pre-hospital healthcare delivery  system that is efficient, effective, and affordable. In  emergency situations, this system should be able to deliver  its product within 8 minutes or less. As a part of this mission,  EMS is dedicated to provide a comprehensive public  education and injury prevention program that will serve to educate the community in injury prevention, the proper use of the system, and to further enhance care and reduce system abuse.



 Paramedic and EMT Assessment Center

December 9, 2015 at 0830 Hours

Lebanon Station, 226 Milton Road

All candidates must have application on file with Durham County Human Resources and register here to attend the assessment process by Friday December 4, 2015 at 5pm.




 EMS Code of Ethics

As with any medical profession EMS also has a professional Code of Ethics. The EMS Code of Ethics was established by Dr. Charles Gillespie in 1978. The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians adopted the EMT Code of Ethics in 1978.         





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