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Giles County Ambulance Service

In case of Emergency, Call 911

Giles County Ambulance Service (Emergency Medical Service) is a team of qualified medical service professionals that assist throughout the county for all your medical emergencies.

Goals and Objectives

The Ambulance Service strives to maintain the highest quality of medical professional care possible for all the citizens of our county. We as a service take pride and commitment with each patient that we assist.

  • Our service is dispatched by the Giles County E-911 dispatch center.
  • Our service uses Type III ambulances for the response vehicles and is the only primary service for all the 911 requests throughout the entire county. We currently provide four full-time units and four backup units.
  • Giles County Ambulance Service currently holds positions for 36 employees.
  • We operate on 24 hours shifts with a rotation of four shifts, providing ALS and BLS care 24/7 from the Northern portion of the county to the Southern portion.

Training and Recognition

Support and County Relations

  • Giles County has mutual-aid agreements with Lawrence County EMS, Marshall County EMS, Maury Regional EMS and Lincoln County EMS. We assist these counties when needed as they do in return for our service.
  • We are supported by the Giles County Fire Rescue when their assistance is needed throughout the county.
  • We are also aided when needed by the Pulaski Police and Fire and the Giles County Sheriff Department.
  • We are supported by three aircraft companies: Air-Evac, Survival Flight, and Vanderbilt Lifeflight

Special Services 

We offer services for special events. Contact us for more information on prices and availability.

Clinical Education

We welcome students to complete their clinical education at our station from various educational organizations.

Pay Your Bill Online

Click the “Pay Bill” button to access the patient payment online portal. There is a $20 minimum for using this portal.

Pay Bill Facebook

Willow Chavez, EMT-P
EMS Chief

County Medical Examiner & EMS Medical Director: Joe Fite, MD
Email: wchavez@gilescountytn.gov
Phone: 931-363-8505
FAX: 931-424-0368

Our Team

Supervisors / Medical Investigators

  • A-Shift: Danny Hardy, EMT-PV
  • B-Shift: Dustin Blade, NRP, CCP, FP-C
  • C-Shift: Drew Laxson, CCP
  • D-Shift: Danny Simmons, EMT-PV

Assistant Supervisors
FTO (Field Training Officers)

  • Christopher Morgan, CCP
  • Bronson Slater, EMT-P
  • Amber Reagen EMT-PV
  • Elizabeth Smith, CCP

Education and Training Instructor

Dustin Blade, NRP, CCP, FP-C  dblade@gilescountyTN.gov


Main Station

639 East Madison Street
Pulaski, TN 38478

North Station

10351 Columbia Highway
Lynnville, TN 38472

South Station

166 Main St.
Elkton, TN 38455

World-Class Emergency Air Service

Giles County EMS is supported by three emergency air companies:


Survival Flight

Vanderbilt Lifeflight


Our service uses Type III ambulances for the response vehicles and is the only primary service for all the 911 requests throughout the entire county. We currently provide four available units and two backup units.

Professional & Responsive

We are recognized for maintaining a Class A Service by the Tennessee Department of Health Division of EMS.

Humble Beginnings

The Giles County Ambulance service was established in 1972. Prior to the launch of the county-owned service, private emergency transportation was provided by the funeral homes.