Mono County

Welcome to EMS

  • Medic unit responding to Bodie State Historic Park About Mono County EMS

    Mono County EMS is responsible for emergency medical calls and inter-facility ambulance transports within the specified region.  As the area consists of high deserts and remote mountains, environmental challenges such as rugged terrain and weather extremes are often the norm.  A close working relationship with the local (predominantly volunteer) Fire Departments helps to maximize available personnel and resources to provide emergency services.  Additional training beyond the scope of EMS duties allows the Paramedic/EMT members to assist on the fire ground, and congruently the Fire Departments provide first responder medical support and manpower to assist the ambulances.  Mono County EMS members are also trained in Low Angle Rope Rescue and Ice Rescue (cold water rescue).

  • AD Hoc Emergency Medical Services Committee

    During the mid-year budget hearings on March 2, 2015, the Mono County Board of Supervisors voted to approve an additional $225,326 to fill the budget deficit in the Emergency Medical Services Program thus maintaining services although beyond the originally budgeted amount. This brought the total general fund contribution to this program to $1,906,345 for fiscal year 2014/15.

  • Open EMT Positions

    Mono County EMS is currently accepting applications for full time and reserve (part time) Emergency Medical Technicians. Full Time EMT's work 48 hour shifts, with 96 hours off between rotations. Full Time EMT's receive retirment, health benefits and work an assigned shift.Reserve EMT's work a 24 hour shift at one of four stations, and only shifts they have accepted.

    Applications will be reviewed on May 27, 2016. Interviews and testing will be conducted in mid-June.

    Please complete and submit your application through this website, and Thanks!

  • Paramedic EMS Mission Statement

    Mono County EMS provides pre-hospital emergency medical care and ambulance transportation for the citizens and visitors of the towns and area along the US Hwy 395 corridor. In coordination with other agencies such as the Special District Fire Departments, County Sheriff’s Department, Mono County Search and Rescue, CHP, USFS and CAL-FIRE the County Paramedic / Rescue members work 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide assistance to those in need.

  • Receiving Hospitals

    Receive patients from EMS units. Those listed are routinely used by Mono County EMS. Other hospitals that are occasionally used include: Barton Memorial Hospital, Carson-Tahoe Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital, and Renown.

    Mammoth Hospital
    85 Sierra Park Road
    Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
    Phone: 760-934-3311