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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Today we celebrate 3 heroes who on February 19, 2005 lost their lives while serving their community. A day doesn't pass that we don't remember Chris, Jeff, and Jay. The impact they had on their family, coworkers and community will forever be remembered. Join us as we observe a moment of silence in their honor. #heroesofhope #paffordstrong
Pafford Medical Services shared AirOne's photo.
Pafford Medical Services shared Air One Delta's photo.
Future Flight Paramedics, Flight Nurses, and Pilots from Coahoma County Headstart stopped by to visit the crews and tour our helicopter!
Pafford Medical Services shared KTUL - Tulsa's Channel 8's post.
Pafford EMS units from Oklahoma are responding to this Incident along with Life Flight.
UPDATE: OHP now says one person was taken to the hospital to be treated for injuries. The roadway is back open. ------------------------ The Office of Emergency Management says the explosion was at a gas well. Multiple volunteer fire crews on scene. If you live in the area and can safely take a picture or video, please post it here, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload it to burst.com/ktul.
We just had a long haul from Harrison to Jonesboro and ran into a couple of your crews in the ER of St Bernard's. They were incredibly friendly and very welcoming. Just wanted to say Thanks for the hospitality. Stay safe out there.