Join League City this week, May 21-27, in celebrating the 49th annual National EMS Week as we recognize the hard work and dedication of our city’s EMS professionals. League City’s EMS department is committed to improving the quality of life for all citizens by delivering excellent care for the health and safety of our community. National EMS Week is a great time to show your appreciation for the service and sacrifice of our local EMS workforce.
With a fleet of four ambulances spread across the city – two on each side of town – and an average response time of about eight minutes, League City’s EMS team is ready to handle any emergency. Additionally, all ambulances are Mobile Intensive Care Unit (MICU) capable and staff one paramedic. Inside each MICU, you will find several tools necessary to assist EMS efforts. To learn more, watch the video below.
Become Part of the Team
Are you interested in joining League City’s team of EMS professionals? The EMS Division is looking to hire full-time Paramedics as part of its award-winning department. Primary responsibilities include providing immediate response to 911 calls for League City and surrounding communities, evaluating the nature of an emergency setting, and providing medical care for all citizens. For more information, click here.
The commitment of our League City EMS team extends past the line of service by providing education and outreach programs for the community including local CPR classes. These classes are held on the third Saturday of each month beginning at 9 a.m. at the EMS East Station, 260 S. Egret Bay Blvd. To register, please call 281-554-1207.