Austin-Travis County EMS serves over 1,300 square miles, including all of Travis County and parts of Williamson and Hays Counties. Eighteen cities are included in this service area, including the City of Austin, the 11th largest city in the U.S.
ATCEMS operates 37 full-time ambulances and six peak load units. All vehicles are equipped to provide Advanced Life Support (ALS) care and are staffed with at least one paramedic and EMT level or higher.
Communication Medics triage incoming calls and dispatch EMS personnel in order to respond to 911 calls in the most efficient manner possible to maximize system response.
Special Operations supports Texas Task Force 1 with swiftwater boat teams, USAR resources, and deployment through the Texas Intrastate Fire Mutual Aid.
In addition to managing day to day emergencies in Austin and Travis County, ATCEMS provides medical coverage for a host of planned and unplanned major events, from UT football games, marathons, and festivals, to disasters, such as fires or hurricanes.