Morgan County EMS has started operating out of its new station, reports The Morgan Messenger.
The station is staffed 24/7 with two personnel, an EMT and a paramedic. The EMS operation moved out of their temporary home in Paw Paw’s fire station, which has housed ambulances.
Two ambulance bays total 1,800 square feet and house the units, while the 2,000-square-ft. living area has office space for completing reports, a kitchen / day room, separate locker, bath and sleeping quarters for men and women.
The station is fully sprinkled, covered by a fire alarm and security/camera system. It is also equipped with its own generator, which can support all of the electrical requirements in it, he said.