Lawrence County EMS receives ACC Partners In Care Accreditation

Earlier this month, Lawrence County EMS was recognized by the American College of Cardiology as an EMS Partner In Care organization. The EMS Partner In Care accreditation recognition is given to EMS services that have a close and healthy working relationship with an ACC Chest Pain Accredited medical facility.
LCEMS is proud to have a great working relationship with Southern Tennessee Regional Health System – Lawrenceburg, which successfully completed its recent reaccreditation as a Chest Pain Center. LCEMS is proud to offer exceptional pre-hospital cardiac care to the citizens and visitors of Lawrence County. This recognition from the American College of Cardiology spotlights the distinguished cardiac care clinical practices of Lawrence County’s EMS responders.
LCEMS is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art care and continuously evaluating patient care protocols as part of its commitment to reducing cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality.
LCEMS also encourages the public to be trained in lifesaving skills, such as CPR and AED use. Over 350,000 individuals experience out-of-hospital cardiac arrest each year. During those incidents, the patient’s chance of survival decreased by 10-15% each minute CPR was not administered.
Lawrence County EMS offers a variety of CPR courses, including familiarization classes, certifications for the general public, and BLS courses for healthcare providers. If you are interested in learning lifesaving skills, contact us to discuss course options by calling 931-762-3566 or emailing
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