Union EMS Explorer Program
Welcoming young leaders, Grades 9th through 12th
Largest explorer group in the region!
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AN AMAZING OPPORTUNITY TO
- Learn basic medical knowledge
- Practice medical scenarios
- Prep for ambulance ride-alongs
- Gain real-life medical experience on EMS trucks, when allowed given current circumstances
TO JOIN OUR GREAT SUPPORT TEAM
- EMS leaders will be hosting interest meetings over zoom through the week of September 20th. Dates include 20th, 21st, and 24th at 6 pm.
- Send an email to Shannon.Terrell@atriumhealth.org or Terry.Everhart@atriumhealth.org with the student's name, email, grade level, and preferred phone number for specifics.
What We Do
Union Emergency Medical Services (EMS) provides emergency and non-emergency medical response and transport for the citizens and visitors of Union County, North Carolina. Union EMS is an innovative and progressive agency that provides the highest level of pre-hospital care to a population of nearly 300,000 residents in the effort to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing for all.Learn More »
Besides being the primary 911 service privider for Union County we also provide:
- Non-Emergency Response
- Medical Standby
- Tactical Paramedics
Union EMS realizes that community involvement is vital to our success. We are committed to giving back to our communities by providing EMS teams for:
- Community Paramedics
- Community / Educational events
- EMS Boy Scouts of America Explorer Post
Do you want to work in an EMS system that features a wide variety of demographics and call types? Do you like the idea of progressive patient care protocols with a high level of autonomy and responsibility?
It is hard to believe yet another year has passed since the we compiled data for last year’s Annual Report. During the past year, Union Emergency Medical Services did not experience ongoing growth witnessed in years past, but unprecedented events caused the organization to focus on situations never before being a priority. While we continue to pursue our transformation to a more progressive industry leader, this year’s challenges were not unlike the challenges faced by other EMS Agencies, both on the state and national levels.