Nemaha County EMS is located in Seneca, Kansas, North of Topeka Kansas and West of St. Joseph, MO. Nemaha County EMS serves over 10,250 citizens and has two main highways running north/south and east/west. Nemaha County includes the towns of Baileyville, Bern, Centralia, Corning, Goff, Kelly, Oneida, Sabetha, Saint Benedict, Seneca, and Wetmore. Nemaha County EMS is the main emergency medical provider for the county, has a second station located in Centralia, KS, and also has a great mutual aid with Sabetha Emergency Medical Services. Nemaha County EMS transports to and/or from Nemaha Valley Community Hospital, Hiawatha Hospital, Bryan General in Lincoln, NE, Holton Community Hospital, Onaga Community Hospital, Stormont-Vail of Topeka, University of Kansas Health Systems: St. Francis Campus of Topeka, KU Medical Center of Kansas City, Mosaic Health Care of St. Joseph, MO, Children’s Mercy of Kansas City, and many other care facilities in Northeast Kansas and surrounding areas.
Nemaha County EMS has two ambulances staffed 24 hours a day, Seven days a week, with many employees available for additional ambulances at any given time. Nemaha County EMS proves Advanced Life Support (ALS) and emergent/non-emergent transport for the sick and injured. Many NCEMS providers first respond to medical and traumatic calls whether on duty or not. NCEMS frequently calls upon LifeStar and LifeNet, which both provide ambulatory services in the air.
NCEMS responds to every structure fire to “stand-by” and to promote firefighter hydration and overall health. NCEMS also provides classes to the public, and is involved in community organizations and boards, parades and functions, and makes it a priority to be actively involved with our youth.
Nemaha County EMS is honored to employ Dr. Deb Smith, MD, NREMT-P, as their Medical Director.