Lake Jackson Emergency Medical Service
Lake Jackson Emergency Medical Service (LJEMS) is a 501c3, "Not for Profit", Emergency Medical Service that is contracted by the City of Lake Jackson to provide 911 Emergency Medical Services to the citizens of Lake Jackson. The City of Lake Jackson covers approximately 26 square miles and is located approximately 50 miles south of Houston on Highway 288.
Lake Jackson EMS provides 911 ambulance coverage to its citizens as well as emergency/non-emergency inter-facility transports to neighboring hospitals. LJEMS has 4 MICU units in fleet with 2 Mobile Intensive Care Units staffed 24/7/365 which are dispatched by the Lake Jackson Police Department Communications Center, responding to approximately 3,500+ calls per year.
In addition to providing Emergency Medical Transports, Lake Jackson EMS is dedicated to providing outreach education to the citizens of Lake Jackson. Our outreach education program currently offers a wide variety of courses/instruction including car seat safety and installation, CPR/First Aid, 10-Minute CPR, Stop-the-Bleed/Bleeding Conrol & Tourniquet Use courses, and many other continuing education opportunities which are held throughout the year. Lake Jackson EMS provides these types of educational opportunities to better prepare citizens in the event of an unexpected emergency.