In August, Summit County began a master planning process for Emergency Medical Services across the county. The process is being facilitated by SafeTech Solutions, LLP, an independent national EMS consulting firm with broad experience in strategic planning, EMS assessment, and rural EMS.
The goals of the Summit County EMS master planning process are to ensure reliable, efficient, and high-quality emergency medical services for all residents and visitors, and to effectively plan for the future of EMS in Summit County.
As part of the effort to study, understand, and improves EMS, the county is hosting three town hall-style meetings to gather concerns, perspectives, and ideas of all those interested in the future of EMS in Summit County.
If you have questions or comments about the future of EMS, please plan to attend one of the following in-person meetings:
- October 20 - South Summit County Services Building (Library) Auditorium, Kamas | 6-8 p.m.
- October 27 - Ledges Event Center Multipurpose Room, Coalville | 6-8 p.m.
- October 28 - Summit County Health Department Downstairs Conference Room at Quinn’s Junction/Round Valley, Park City | 6-8 p.m.