Clay County Hospital Ambulance, an Advanced Life Support (ALS) Service, provides care for sick and injured individuals of all age groups (neonate, infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric). Care is provided without regard to race, creed, sexual orientation or financial status. Emergency care is available on a 24/7 basis.Our staff consists of trained Emergency Medical Technicians. Our staff utilize the most up to date equipment to handle all medical emergencies, and we operate three ambulances.
What to Expect:
If you are in a situation when ambulance transport to Clay County Hospital is necessary, you can expect the following upon the arrival of the ambulance crew:
The Emergency Medical Staff will evaluate your current situation and collect medical history and information.
If the medical situation warrants medication, the medication and or IV fluids will be provided.
Things you can do to help in an emergency situation:
Have your allergy and medication list up to date or know where they are so this information can be available to the ambulance staff.
Have your 911
or house number clearly posted so they may be seen from the street or road.
If you call after dark, turn on an outside light.
Important Ambulance Service telephone numbers:
- Clay County Hospital
For more information about our Ambulance Services please contact our Manager of Emergency Services at 618-662-1652 or call CCH directly at 618-662-2131.