EMA

EMA

Emergency Management Agency

The Mission of the Morgan County Emergency Management is to reduce loss of life and property and protect our county’s critical infrastructure from all types of hazards through a comprehensive, risk based, emergency management program of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.  Our “goal” is to help our citizens prepare for and cope with any type of emergency.

Our primary responsibility is to maintain the county’s emergency operations plan.  This document coordinates all fire, law enforcement, medical and allied disaster agencies.  A large portion of our office’s responsibility is to educate the general public and businesses on disaster preparedness and response.  Our office is also responsible for emergency communications for the community in the event of a large-scale failure.

Morgan County Emergency Management also houses the American Red Cross in the Emergency Management building located at 1789 E. Morgan St., Martinsville, IN 46151.  This is an organization that works closely with the Emergency Management at all times especially during a disaster.  To contact the American Red Cross you need to call 765-342-2705.

While the Director and Deputy Director are part time we strive to keep fire, law enforcement, medical and allied disaster agencies along with the general public informed of changing emergency conditions throughout Morgan County.

Learn more about Morgan County’s EMS

5 months ago
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A big thank you to Rob Stetcher and Bottoms Up SCUBA for the water rescue equipment and outstanding training. MCEMS recently purchased equipment for all six of our ambulances and both command ... See more

5 months ago

Please join us in welcoming the newest member to the Morgan County EMS Family. Tanner Jaxon Short was born @ 1230 this morning, weighing in @ 6 lbs 15 ounces and 20.5 inches long. Mom and baby are ... See more

6 months ago

This is from Lindi Holt. I found out from her around 1300 today, please read.

“OK, so word is out. To let those under a rock know...Community Health Network has decided to discontinue it's EMS ... See more

6 months ago

MCEMS had 6 pet oxygen mask kits donated by Invisible Fence. They would be used to deliver oxygen to a pet that was exposed to smoke in a house fire. All of our ambulances will have a kit. Thank you ... See more

7 months ago

All the staff at Morgan County EMS would like to thank all that have assisted us this past year, it was a great first year. Below are listed just a few of our stats for 2018

Dispatched calls - ... See more

7 months ago

Community Health Network is accepting applications for a Paramedic Program to be held at Community South Hospital. The class is slated to start April 1st. Having another quality paramedic course on ... See more

7 months ago

Family,

Tanya Andrews Ables, daughter of our dear friend and brother Mike Ellis was called home to her eternal home today. Please, join us in praying for the Ellis and extended family as they come ... See more

7 months ago

Morgan County EMS hopes your Christmas was Safe and Merry. A special shout out to all those public safety crews sacrificing the holiday with family and friends to ensure our health and safety. Many ... See more

8 months ago

Troop 3051 appreciates Morgan county EMS 🙂

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