Weld County Paramedic Services provides the 9-1-1 emergency medical services care and transportation to an estimated 235,000 citizens and visitors within Weld county and has done so for over 34 years. Weld County Paramedic Services will respond to approximately 15,500 calls this year. The calls range from 9-1-1 emergency calls for service to basic routine transfers to nursing homes.
Weld County covers an area of approximately 4,000 square miles and is the third largest county in Colorado.
Weld County Paramedic Services operates with approximately 50 full time employees and another approximately 50 part time employees.
Throughout the Weld County service area, the department operates with seven Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulances and a supervisor at our highest staffing levels and with four ambulances and a supervisor at our lowest staffing levels.
These ambulances are staffed with either a paramedic/emergency medical technician combination or paramedic/paramedic combination on others. Weld County Paramedic Services has one mental health transport van staffed with an EMT.
Weld County Paramedic Services serves both rural and urban areas seeing a wide variety of trauma and medical calls with varying degrees of acuity. Transport times will vary from five minutes to over an hour.
“The Mission of Weld County Paramedic Services is to provide the highest professional quality, cost-effective mobile health care to all of our customers.”