About Pafford EMS
Welcome to the Pafford EMS family. You can't predict when an emergency will happen, but when every seconds counts, you and your loved ones can count on the team of compassionate professionals at Pafford EMS.
Established in 1967, our family owned and operated company has a history of providing communities with the latest, most sophisticated level of pre-hospital care on every emergency call we answer. Pafford EMS staffs advanced life support personnel. These crews go through years of educational training. They continue that training by learning the newest, most up-to-date techniques and procedures to provide our clients the very best patient care possible.
From the moment you call Pafford EMS for assistance, medical treatment begins - even before the ambulance arrives. Pafford EMS staffs certified dispatchers 24 hours a day. Our highly-trained dispatchers will provide you step-by-step telephone instructions for CPR, emergency childbirth, choking or bleeding victims.
When it comes to mobile healthcare for your community, the Pafford EMS family is here for you. Call or come by our stations...have your blood pressure checked, see our equipment, request information about our Wheelchair service. When seconds count...we are only a phone call away. " A Private Service in the Public Interest"
Pafford EMS is proud to serve communities in:
Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Oklahoma
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Pafford Medical Services added 4 new photos — at Pafford Ems of Oklahoma.
Congratulations to Pafford EMS Medic, Phillip Cherry on his 20th year anniversary serving the people of Rogers County, Oklahoma. Phillip is an integral part of our operations in Claremore, Oklahoma.
Pafford Medical Services shared AirOne's photo.
Pafford Medical Services shared Pafford EMS Central MS's photo.
Today the Rankin County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to contract with Pafford EMS for a 4 year term. On June 1st, 2016 we will begin as the exclusive ambulance service for Rankin County and the 150,000 citizens, including Brandon and Pearl.
Pafford Medical Services shared Tulsa World's post.
Significant Medicaid cuts in Oklahoma could have drastic effects on rural ambulance services, hospitals, doctors and nursing homes.
In a presentation Wednesday, Williamson said a 25 percent reduction in Medicaid reimbursements — if not addressed — would impact rural areas the most, but Tulsa and Oklahoma City would pick up the burden, including through rate increases for EMSA.
Pafford Medical Services shared City of Brandon Government's album.
The City of Brandon and the Brandon Fire Department officially opened Station 2 this afternoon. We hope everyone had a great time opening the station, dedicating the new fire truck, and touring the city's newest fire station.