Advanced Life Support (ALS) Ambulances
All of our ambulances are equipped to provide the highest level of prehospital care. On board equipment include: ECG monitor/manual defibrillator, advanced airway equipment, oxygen, IV's, various life saving medications, splints, cervical collars, back boards, stair chair, etc. All transport units are four-wheel drive.
2007 Ford F-450 Super Duty
Type I Ambulance
Rescue 403 is newest edition of our ALS transport units. It is
generally the first out unit for emergency medical calls.
1999 Ford Econoline E350 Super Duty Extended
Type II Ambulance
This is our second out ALS transport unit. Although smaller than 403, it's ideal for responses to areas with narrow roadways.
Our Heavy Rescue vehicles provide specialized equipment for technical rescue situations such as motor vehicle accidents, vehicle extrication, building collapses, and confined space rescues. Both rescue units include the Jaws of life, generators, winches, hi-lift jacks, cutting torches, circular saws, reciprocating saws, and wood cribbing for vehicle stabilization.
SMAT III Unit
State Medical Assistance Team III (SMAT III), is a county-based resource that is apart of NC's State Medical Response System (SMRS) that can respond to disasters, mass casualty events, and events requiring decontamination. NC has 30 SMAT III teams positioned throughout the state for response. Each time consists of prehospital disaster personnel that can respond to the needs of its county and region. Each team houses a standardized mobile package that includes the basic equipment needed for a response.