Stevens County Ambulance and EMS Training

Stevens County Ambulance Service is an Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulance service located in Morris, MN. Stevens County EMS provides all levels of medical transportation services including BLS, ALS, Critical Care, inter-facility patient transfers, and 911 emergency response throughout Stevens County and surrounding area of western Minnesota.

What's New

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) classes

Day & Evening classes begin soon - college credits

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) initial training. College students, community members, area emergency personnel can take this class and become Nationally registered EMT's. Class begins Tuesday August 30th, 2016 and meets every Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM. There is also a High School EMT class for juniors and seniors. Contact us or your school administrator for PSEO options. To Register: or 1-855-887-2338.

Stevens County Ambulance Service (SCAS) maintains five Advanced Life Support (ALS) equipped ambulances along with a staff of full-time and part-time EMT and Paramedic personnel. SCAS provides ALS intercept capabilities with a quick response vehicle to the surrounding BLS services in Pope, Grant, Swift, Big Stone, and Traverse counties when dispatched and requested. Stevens County EMS Education provides initial, refresher, and customized education courses for EMS agencies, healthcare organizations, business and industry.

Stevens County Ambulance & EMS Education provides a FREE 30 minute Hands-Only CPR and AED presentations for area business and community organizations. "How to Save a Life" program has trained over 7,000 people in the past five years around west central Minnesota.

Contact us at 320-589-7421, 1-855-88 SAFETY (1-855-887-2338) or email Nathan Roy, Education Director