All first responders are credentialed to provide medical care under Dr. Jarvis. Community First Responders all the way up through First Responder Paramedic have their own tailor-made programs. The goal is medical care that meets or exceeds expectations county-wide. These credentialing processes are designed and implemented with Dr. Jarvis, the WCEMS clinical practices office, and first responder agencies.
Online education for the WCEMS System is paid for jointly by WCEMS and the Williamson County Fire Chief’s Association. This continuing education is produced by WCEMS and is served on MedicCE, an online education platform. MedicCE requires a membership but content may be viewed by anyone by accessing the WCEMS YouTube page. In-person training is essential to mastery of many pre-hospital skills. As we continue to build our system expect to see more learning opportunities coming your way.
WCEMS YouTube page
WCEMS System Standards of Care
WCEMS Equipment List
WCEMS System FRO Standards
Annual Skills Verification
Joint training exercises are currently part of our system and will become more extensive over time. For joint training opportunities please contact your organization’s EMS officer and/or WCEMS.
Learn more about the research the WCEMS System produces.
If you are a first responder with questions please contact your organization’s EMS officer.
For all other inquiries please contact:
WCEMS Capt. Matt Biasatti