Ride With EMS
We welcome you to ride with us to see what we do firsthand. To learn more ask anyone in a Williamson County EMS uniform or use the contact below.
If you're ready to ride, please click, read, and submit the online forms.
WCEMS HIPAA Compliance Training (PDF) (printing and signing of this document is not required)
Please note: Ride request dates may not be fulfilled if made less than 7 days in advance. Incomplete forms cannot be accepted. Only one ride is allowed in a calendar year. We cannot accept students attempting to fulfill course credit through this program. Students engaged in EMS courses may not utilize this program during a semester in which they are scheduled for clinical rides. The public's ability to ride may be suspended at any time based on the needs of the WCEMS System.
Email Captain Dan Cohen
The Williamson County EMS Explorer Post is a Boy Scouts of America-affiliated organization for youth ages 14 to 20. WCEMS Paramedics lead this post for those with an interest in a medical career. The explorers train in basic life support skills, developing confidence, teamwork, and problem-solving using real-world medical scenarios.
WCEMS Explorers have the opportunity to participate in special events and rides on EMS ambulances once they meet minimum training standards. Twice monthly meetings are listed in the calendar. They are open to any youth for up to two meetings before joining.
For more information about attending a meeting, please email the post leader, Field Training Officer Billy Van dePlas.
Citizens of Williamson County, we welcome the opportunity to tell the story of WCEMS and the people that make us unique to our business. Our PowerPoint or lecture-style presentations can be 10 to 30 minutes in length including question and answer sessions. WCEMS is your EMS service. Don't get sick or injured just to learn about us!
Please allow 30 days advanced notice if possible along with the availability of audio/visual equipment at your site.
For questions, email Jim Persons, EMS Outreach Coordinator
Subjects include but are not limited to:
- What Is WCEMS?
- Heart Health
- Child Safety
- Senior Safety
- DUI Prevention
Request Personnel and/or Ambulance For An Event
Please note: To best serve our citizens, our requested ambulances remain available for a call if need be. We will always strive to attend your planned event however, crews are occasionally tardy or must depart early.
Request an ambulance to visit your education event or visit one of our EMS stations. To get started, please complete the Public Event Request Form.
Williamson County EMS attends not-for-profit events for citizens at no charge. These events could include career days, neighborhood festivals, National Night Out, show and tell, scouting events, and other community education. We can also schedule opportunities for your group to visit an EMS station. Let us know how we can help!
Shattered Dreams DUI Education
Shattered Dreams is a program that is performed by area High School students, WCEMS, and other first responders. A mock collision and extrication are demonstrated for students to heighten their awareness of the consequences of driving while intoxicated. These are usually performed just before prom, Spring break, or Summer, serving as a reminder to be safe at times when teens are more likely to celebrate with alcohol. To schedule an event, please email EMS Public Education.
The Williamson County EMS Honor Guard provides services at the funerals of department members lost in the line of duty. We also serve at funerals of both active and retired members of other public safety departments. The EMS Honor Guard is also available to serve at ceremonial functions and other special events, like providing a color guard. Our members represent Williamson County EMS at these events. They represent the highest standards of integrity, professionalism, and dedication to duty.
To request the honor guard, please email Lieutenant Wes Morrison.
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