For the second year in a row the Harris County Precinct 1 Constable Alan Rosen’s Office is donating stuffed animals to Cypress Creek EMS. Our medics give them to frightened children who end up in our ambulances. It comforts the kids and the toys are theirs to keep….
The Cypress Creek Communications Center was named Telecommunicator of the Year at the 2017 Texas EMS Conference in Fort Worth. The Award was based on the incredible work of CCEMS call takers, dispatchers, and communications supervisors when Hurricane Harvey flooded hundred of homes and businesses….
On Sunday, November 12th, Cypress Creek EMS proudly hosted the 100th Birthday Celebration of William Fly, a World War II Veteran whose home was flooded by Hurricane Harvey just three months after he lost his beloved wife, Mary….
For Veteran’s Day, Cypress Creek EMS is saluting its veterans by displaying their pictures in the lobby of the Charles R. Hooks Education Center. Thanks to all of our veterans for their service and their continuing service to the people of the Cypress Creek EMS Community.
Congratulations to both the August and September Volunteers of the Month. The award presentation for August was cancelled due to Hurricane Harvey….
From August 25 to August 31, the Cypress Creek Communications Centers answered more than 12,000 calls, representing more than 5400 actual incidents, the majority of which were water rescue calls. The Comm Center handles 9-1-1 and dispatch for a total of 16 emergency agencies including….
The Cypress Creek Communications Center dispatches for 17 emergency agencies including many of the fire departments that were busy during the storm rescuing citizens. Some of our dispatchers worked as their own homes were flooding. This is the story of Harvey through the eyes of Communications Senior Supervisor Lori Broadrick……