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 Welcome to Collier County Emergency Medical Services
  Collier County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is committed to bringing compassionate and timely life-saving emergency medical care to the streets, homes, and workplaces, making Collier County a safer and healthier place to live and visit. EMS strives to continuously improve the EMS System with the changing needs of our community in pursuit of pre-hospital emergency medical care excellence
   
   Emergency Medical Services (EMS) In the News
   
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EMS IN THE NEWS

Collier County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is committed to bringing compassionate and timely life-saving emergency medical care to the streets, homes, and workplaces, making Collier County a safer and healthier place to live and visit. EMS strives to continuously improve the EMS System with the changing needs of our community in pursuit of pre-hospital emergency medical care excellence.

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Address:
Collier County Emergency Medical Services
8075 Lely Cultural Parkway, Suite: #267
Naples, FL 34113
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Chief Walter Kopka

Main Office: (239) 252-3740

General Information: General Information Email

Billing: (888) 987-8986

Would you like to pay your Ambulance Bill on-line: CLICK HERE

        Credit Card Payment Fees - Click Here

Billing Information: Billing Information Email

Employment Information : Contact BruceGastineau@colliergov.net

Supply: (239) 252-3784

CAAS Accredited : http://caas.org/

Give us your feedback: CLICK HERE or write to us at the address shown above.

 

AED

Help Collier County EMS save a life.

Collier County EMS participates in the AED Link™ program. First responders affiliated with a registered AED can be notified when a possible cardiac arrest within 1,200 feet of the AED is reported to the 9-1-1 center.

These responders will be alerted by SMS text and/or phone calls and asked to bring their AED to help save a life. There is no requirement to become a responder, no duty to respond if you do sign up and all responders are protected by Florida’s Good Samaritan Law.

Organizations with AEDs can register for free and allows you to:

  • Easily and efficiently manage AED location and maintenance information
  • Receive battery and electrode expiration reminders
  • Makes it easy to comply with AED notification and registration laws
  • Before you register your AED, you might want to print the “Field Requirements to make sure you have the information needed
  • Please register your AED online with Atrus National AED Registry by clicking here
  • For instructions on how to register your AED, click here
  • For instructions on how to be an inspector for your AED, click here

Email Captain Noemi Fraguela for additional information or questions.  Download AED Informational Packet including CPR information.

 

  • If you own a Cardiac Science AED please click here for MANDATORY software update for AED resistor and AED relay
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