If you are experiencing an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 from your telepone.
"Harnett County EMS Division mission is to coordinate, develop, improve, and maintain a comprehensive and dynamic emergency medical system to prevent and reduce premature death and disability. The system shall be integrated within the entire healthcare network. The emergency medical services system will ensure prompt, effective, and unimpeded service to all residents and visitors of Harnett County."
On April 1st, 2020, Harnett County EMS transitioned from in-house billing for all ambulance transports to a company specializing in EMS billing. We have contracted with EMS Management & Consultants, Inc. to handle all ambulance billing, processing, questions, and issues. We've included links below where you can ask questions, provide insurance information, or make payments. You may also call EMS Management & Consultants direct at 1-866-760-3579 or visit their website.
The links below will take you to the EMS Management & Consultants, Inc. website.
You may still contact HCEMS directly at http://www.harnett.org/ambulance-billing-questions.asp or 910-893-7565 for any questions pertaining to dates of service prior to 04/01/20 or any wheelchair transportation.
Harnett County EMS would like to congratulate District Chief Justin Saunders and Lieutenant Morgan Langdon on winning the North Carolina OEMS Regional Paramedic Competition.
They competed July 12, 2019 at Fayetteville Tech CC Regional Testing Site bringing home the Top Award for the region. They will now advance to the State Paramedic Competition on September 29, 2019 at the Four Seasons Convention Center in Greensboro, NC during the 2019 NC EMS Expo. This is the second year in a row that this team has advanced to the State Paramedic Finals.
Please join us in congratulating this team as they work hard in preparing for the State Paramedic Competition.
On July 1, 2019 Harnett County EMS System was approved by the North Carolina Office of EMS as an approved EMS Continuing Education Teaching Institution. The teaching institution will allow the Harnett County EMS Training Department to teach national, state, or local level continuing education curricula in-house.