Two CCEMS Medic Unit Ambulances Change Locations to Better Serve the Community

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Cypress Creek EMS 
www.ccems.com
Contact: Miranda Sevcik 713-515-9729 

Two CCEMS Medic Unit Ambulances Change Locations to Better Serve the Community 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Cypress Creek EMS 
www.ccems.com
Contact: Miranda Sevcik 713-515-9729 

Two CCEMS Medic Unit Ambulances Change Locations to Better Serve the Community

Houston, TX September 9, 2020: Two Cypress Creek EMS (CCEMS) medic unit ambulances are settling into their new homes today after moving in with the Little York Fire Department in an effort to improve response times for the community. The agreement with the Little York Fire Department, initially arranged by CCEMS CEO Wren Nealy, will place the medic unit ambulances in areas of the community where needs have increased. 

Medic unit  517, previously located near the intersection of FM 1960 Parkway and Ella Blvd is now located at the Little York Fire Department Station 84, which is located at 1220 Rushworth Drive. This will bring an ambulance closer to the Kuykendahl/ Ella Blvd area and reduce response times greatly.  Medic unit  57 is now relocated to Little York Fire Department Station 83, located at 11900 Walters.

“As our community grows and residents’ needs change we continually monitor data that indicates where we need to be to respond to emergencies as quickly as possible.   These moves will improve response times and continue our gold standard of health care for our community,” says CCEMS CEO Wren Nealy Jr.,  “A special thank you to the CCEMS Communication Center for facilitating the meeting with Little York Fire Department and ESD 11 for negotiating leasing the space for these medic units.”

About Cypress Creek EMS

Cypress Creek EMS covers a 177 square mile area of northern Harris county with approximately 560,000 residents. CCEMS is known nationally as an innovator in prehospital medicine. For example, CCEMS was the first civilian EMS in the country to transfuse whole blood into a trauma patient in the field. CCEMS is also part of a Military EMS Fellowship that is bringing battlefield medicine to civilian EMS to reduce deaths due to trauma.