Grand County Emergency Medical Services (GCEMS) was established in January of 1970. They provide services from the top of Rabbit Ears Pass to the top of Berthod Pass, covering approximately 1,864 square miles and serving a population of 14,500 (More than a million visitors & guest annually). All with an overall response time average of just over 10 minutes.
Emergency 911 response, definitive care, and transport of medically ill and traumatically injured citizens and visitors.
Emergent and non-emergent transport and continued definitive medically ill and traumatically injured persons to tertiary care facilities.
Customer service oriented billing services. The in-house billing division provides customers with courteous and professional care after the call.
Three 24/7 Staffed Stations
Station 1- Headquarters – Granby, Colorado Station 2 - Fraser, Colorado Station 4 – Kremmling, Colorado
Four static stations with a dynamic posting pattern of staging points for maximum protection. This plan utilizes station fill-in first, then pre-determined posting sites for staging of ambulances and paramedic response units.
Shifts & Staff
38 full-time allowed, current staffing:
Field Operations: Paramedics, EMT-IV, EMT-Intermediate