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Welcome to Clear Creek EMS
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News Update:
Clear Creek EMS is pleased to announce that Jessica Flippin was named Valedictorian of St Anthony Paramedic School. We are incredibly proud of Jessica and all of her accomplishments including her recent promotion to Paramedic. Please see the article in the Clear Creek Courant detailing Jessica’s accomplishments.

About Clear Creek EMS
Nicolena Johnson
Chief Paramedic

Marilyn Lunbery
Office Administrator

PO Box 407
Dumont, CO  80436

Ph: (303) 679-4215
Fx: (303) 567-4710

Administrative Offices:
405 Argentine Street (in the basement)
Clear Creek Ambulance Association was established in 1973 by a small group of dedicated volunteers to provide quality emergency medical care to the residents of Clear Creek County Colorado and its many visitors.

With 11 ambulance service members and one Chevy Sentinel for transports to hospitals in Denver, the crews responded to 208 medical calls - mostly motor vehicle accidents. Training consisted of basic first aid and "hands-on" skills practice every other month.

Today, we are known as Clear Creek EMS, a paid ambulance service that responds to all 911 medical calls from the Eisenhower/Johnson Tunnels to Floyd Hill on Interstate 70 - a service district of 350 square miles. We provide medical services and community outreach programs to the historic towns of Empire, Georgetown, Idaho Springs and Silver Plume and the many rural hamlets that dot Clear Creek's mountainsides and valleys. In addition, CCEMS provides emergency care and transport for outdoor enthusiasts and visitors to two ski areas, numerous hiking and biking trails, hundreds of mountain peaks, and motorists who travel Interstate 70, US Hwy 40 and other mountain roads.

Averaging 1500 emergency medical calls per year, CCEMS employs 15 full-time paramedics and EMTs, as well as 20 part-time personnel. Two advanced life support ambulances are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with 3 more fully equipped ambulances available if the need arises. Standard equipment carried on all ambulances includes 12-lead cardiac monitoring, advanced airway and breathing treatments, capnography, and over 30 medications.

All our Paramedics and EMTs receive extensive ongoing training and are certified by the State of Colorado.

CCEMS also provides a variety of community outreach and educational programs including CPR/AED training, basic first aid, health fairs, professional continuing education and recruitment. To learn more about these and other programs click on Community Outreach on left.