Belleville EMS is a team of dedicated individuals who provide pre-hospital emergency medical care to residents of Belleville, WI and the surrounding areas. We are the primary 911 EMS provider for approximately 5,500 residents of a 75-square mile district. We operate two ambulances at the Advanced EMT level, responding to around 400 emergency calls each year, from a single station in the Village of Belleville.
Our station is a modern, comfortable building located on the north side of town in Belleville. It offers a well-equipped kitchen, private sleeping quarters, a TV room, meeting room, conference room and offices. Renovation projects in 2020 have made it an even more comfortable facility for our team to use.
Our two ambulances are stocked with state-of-the-art medical equipment and safety features, allowing our EMS crews to confidently deliver the best emergency medical care to our community. Our equipment includes:
- Stryker power cots, to easily and safely move patients in and out of the ambulance
- Zoll X-Series EKG/defibrillators, capable of obtaining 12-lead EKGs in the field and transmitting them to the hospital
- Extremity and full-body vacuum splints
- iGel advanced airway devices
- Electronic patient care documentation system
Rescue 48, our primary ambulance, is a 2019 Braun on a Ford F450 chassis. It features a Stryker Power load cot to assist lifting patients in and out of the ambulance.
Rescue 49 is a 2010 Horton on a Ford E350 chassis It is staffed as needed for special events or if there are multiple responses needed at the same time and crew is available. It is stocked the same as Rescue 48 so the crew can provide the same level of care in both trucks.
The Belleville EMS team consists of a full-time department Chief, 2 part-time Assistant Chiefs, several part-time Advanced EMTs, and around 30 volunteer EMTs and Drivers. Our team works together to provide exceptional service to our community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Learn more about us by exploring our web site, our Facebook page, or contact our station!