The community medical service for Jefferson is the only statewide service for residents in Jefferson County.
The community health service serves residents of Jefferson County, including those with a chronic medical condition.
The service is operated by the Jefferson Medical Center.
The health center has been operating for nearly 30 years and the service has been growing, according to Jefferson County Health Director Dr. Chris Broughton.
This service is available to all residents of the Jefferson County area, regardless of age, health status, or insurance status.
It’s a great opportunity to help provide care for the residents of our community.
Jefferson County is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and its proximity to other nearby states, including Virginia, gives the county a unique opportunity to expand and improve services to its residents.
The Jefferson County health center provides free and reduced-cost emergency services to Jefferson residents with a pre-existing medical condition and a chronic illness.
Emergency services are provided through two separate organizations: Jefferson County Community Health and Jefferson County Emergency Medical Service.
The two organizations have a partnership called the Jefferson Emergency Medical Group, which is led by Dr. Robert Ritz.
Dr. Ritz works closely with Jefferson County Public Health, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Jefferson Police Department, and Jefferson Fire Department on medical and emergency services for residents with chronic illnesses and medical issues.
Jefferson Health provides free medical care to all Jefferson County residents.
Residents of Jefferson can contact Jefferson County’s emergency medical services at 703-872-5575.
Jefferson Medical center provides emergency medical care at both the Jefferson Health and Emergency Medical Centers (EMC) in Jefferson.
Jefferson Fire Medical Center also provides emergency services in Jefferson to help residents.
Jefferson residents are able to call the Jefferson Fire Center at 732-847-9200 for information about medical needs.
In addition to Jefferson Health, emergency medical centers are available in other communities throughout Jefferson County including East Stroudsburg, Jefferson, and West Jefferson.
Community health services are available at the Jefferson Hospital, a non-profit community health center that serves Jefferson residents.
A medical center with emergency medical coverage in Jefferson has been open for about 25 years.
Jefferson City’s Emergency Medical Services Department, also known as EMS Jefferson City, is a nonproprietary organization that provides emergency health services to residents of both Jefferson and Jefferson City.
The agency operates under the supervision of the city of Jefferson and is comprised of four different agencies: Jefferson City EMS, Jefferson City Fire and Emergency, Jefferson Medical, and Emergency Services.
Emergency medical services are performed by emergency medical technicians, nurse practitioners, and physicians.
The services are delivered to patients at the emergency department at Jefferson Health.
Jefferson has a history of offering emergency medical and medical care services to all of its residents with an underlying medical condition or a chronic health issue.
Jefferson also has a long history of providing community health services through the Jefferson City Health and Hospital District.
Jefferson is a small town, and the medical care provided by Jefferson Medical provides comfort, comfort, and a sense of belonging to its citizens.