Commitment to Service
We treat persons with illness and injury in our community with care and compassion, utilizing effective principles and practices of patient care, and we strive for excellence through ongoing evaluation and improvement.
We recognize the dignity of others and communicate with others in a respectful manner.
We serve with honesty, loyalty, and dedication.
We are responsible for our actions, both positive and negative.
We practice teamwork through communications and cooperation to achieve common goals.
We do not discriminate against patients or personnel on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, age, disability, political belief, military service, or any other legally protected characteristic.
The mission of Wadley's EMS, Inc. is to provide outstanding emergency medical services and patient transportation services. We provide these services in a professional manner while maintaining the dignity of those we serve. Our staff continuously strives to learn, improve and grow in enhancing the delivery of emergency medical services to those we serve.
Wadley's EMS is private, family-owned, since 1968, rural based Emergency Medical Service and licensed under the Oklahoma State Department of Health as an Intermediate Life Support Ambulance Service. We provide Advanced Life Support to approximately 900 square miles including McClain, Cleveland, Garvin, and Pottawatomie counties. We are staffed with twelve full time medics ranging from EMT to Paramedic utilizing five state of the art ambulances. Each ambulance has a Physio-Control LIFEPAK 12 or 15 cardiac monitor. Our LIFEPAK 15 cardiac monitors have transmitting capabilities allowing medics to send an ECG to the receiving hospital, allowing ER Physicians to properly prepare for our patients. Wadley's EMS carries over thirty different medications from simple breathing treatments and aspirin to pain medications and paralytics for advanced airway procedures. Wadley's EMS was founded during the days of "Ambulance Drivers" and has evolved to an Emergency Room on wheels with skilled clinicians performing medical care from the simplest procedure to the most advanced allowed by the state.
Above are the members of the Purcell Municipal Hospital’s Emergency Room, Wadley's EMS, and Purcell Fire department, during a luncheon to keep strong bonds amongst the emergency medical providers of our city. Wadley's EMS would like to thank the City of Purcell for organizing and hosting the event.
Wadley’s EMS would like to congratulate Dalton Bebout, AEMT, for receiving Purcell Municipal Hospital’s Medic of the Year award. The nurses of Purcell’s Emergency Department voted for the most well rounded and courteous medic employed by Wadley’s EMS.
Wadley's EMS would also like to congratulate Sheila Hayden, RN, for being PMH's ED's Nurse of the Year, voted on by Wadley's EMS medics.