Welcome to STAT Emergency Medical Service
Regions most efficient and cost conscious service available!

STAT Emergency Medical Services, Inc. is an Advanced Life Support and State of Michigan Ambulance and Specialty Transport Company founded in 2000 whose headquarters of business and operations is based in Genesee County and serves emergency response to Genesee, Saginaw and Tuscola Counties.

STAT EMS provides non-emergency transportation to private, Governmental and public organizations, including other EMS services, insurance providers, seven hospital systems, fire/police departments and over fifty skilled nursing and rehab facilities (SNF) across the State of Michigan.

STAT EMS is Nationally Accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Service or CAAS since 2009. Accreditation signifies that STAT EMS has met the "gold standard" determined by the ambulance industry to be essential in a modern emergency medical services provider. These standards often exceed those established by state or local regulation. The process included a comprehensive self-assessment and an independent outside review of STAT EMS. This independent process provides verification to the County Board of Commissioners, city council, township board members, medical community and others that quality care is provided to your community.

STAT EMSSTAT EMS provides contracted emergency services for Fenton City 911(Genesee County) and was the first EMS service in the county to coordinate emergency responses with AVL and 800 MHz direct dispatching with their 911 center. STAT also provides 24-7-365 EMD (Emergency Medical Dispatching) services to a northern Michigan County and EMS company.

STAT also provides contracted Medical Scene Investigations with the Office of Genesee County Medical Examiner.

STAT EMS is a State licensed Proprietary School with    the Michigan Department of Energy, Labor & Economic Growth, and the State of Michigan Department of Education. STAT is affiliated with Hurley Medical Center, Regions only Level I Trauma Center and Level II Pediatric Center. STAT's Education Department also provides its Paramedic and EMT staff with FREE EMS training courses such as PALS, ACLS, PHTLS, BLS, Emergency Vehicle Operations, and various continued education courses. STAT also provides on-site CPR training for health care facilities, physician and nurse staff, fire, and police

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STAT EMS Commitment

Our commitment is to provide our personnel with the most advanced equipment and technology, as well as ongoing continued and specialty education to advance careers and opportunities

Our management prides itself on reliability and continues to spend countless hours creating an internal continuous quality improvement (CQI) program which provides for prospective and retrospective review of patient care service and practices that is based on data driven measurements.

As a result, our organization provides clinical advancements in pre-hospital care and patient transportation, pursuing the latest equipment, technology, and operating practices that improve our ability to deliver the most efficient and cost conscious service available in the State of Michigan.

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STAT EMS Service Capacity

STAT EMS expects to respond to more than 70,000 requests for services in 2016 and will exceed more than 2.5 million miles on their fleet.

With more than 200 ambulance personnel, support staff and fleet of 80 vehicles, STAT EMS is large enough to have extensive reach, yet small enough to still offer personal and customized medical care and services for communities, hospitals, and SNF's.

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