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Nationally Accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Ambulance Services since 1993

 


1060 Culpepper Drive

Conyers Ga 30094

 

1021 Lampkin Branch Drive

Watkinsville GA 30677

 

National EMS was incorporated in the state of Georgia in 1977. National EMS founders are Pat and Mary Ellen Atkins. National EMS is a family owned and operated business in continuous operation since 1976.

 

ABOUT US


CONTRACTS: 

911 Contract for: 

  •  Rockdale County since 1983 
  •  Morgan County since 1988 
  •  Oconee County since 2009 
  •  Athens-Clarke County since 2009
  •  Preferred Provider for University of Georgia Athletic Association  

 MEMBER: 

  •  American Ambulance Association 
  •  Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials
  •  Athens area Chamber of Commerce 
  •  Better Business Bureau 
  •  Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services 
  •  Conyers-Rockdale Chamber of Commerce 
  •  Family Business Association of Georgia 
  •  Georgia Ambulance Network 
  •  National Association of EMTs 
  •  National Safety Council 
  •  Madison-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce 
  •  Oconee County Chamber of Commerce 
  •  SAFE KIDS of Georgia 

 REPRESENTED ON: 

  • Athens Rotary Club 
  • Atlanta area (Region 3) Emergency Medical Services Council 
  • Georgia Association of Emergency Medical Services 
  • Georgia Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council
  • Georgia's Automatic Vehicle Location System (AVLS Group) 
  • Georgia Trauma Commission EMS Sub Committee 
  • Hospital Authority of Rockdale County 
  • Kimberley Chance Atkins Foundation for Breast Cancer Research 
  • Northeast Georgia (Region 10) Emergency Medical Services Council 
  • Rotary Club of Conyers 
  • Rotary Club of Morgan County 
  • Rotary Club of Rockdale County 
  • State Evaluation Committee Chair

MISSION STATEMENT

"Our mission as employees of National EMS is to continue the legacy in providing pre-hospital care and transportation to our patients above and beyond the expectations of our communities."