EMS services are provided to the 169.819 citizens of
by 10 county stations and the City of Greenville
Fire-Rescue/EMS (6 stations operating 5 ambulances). The
county stations are located in Falkland (station 12),
Bethel (station 21), Pactolus (station 24), Eastern
Pines (station 34), Winterville (station 41), Ayden
(station 42), Grifton (station 43), Bell-Arthur (station
52), Farmville (station 53) and Fountain (station 54).
All of the stations provide Paramedic level care. All
stations also benefit from Enhanced-911 computer aided
dispatching, and our communications center is capable of
giving pre-arrival instructions to the caller at the EMD
level prior to EMS arrival. Click the map below
for a detailed view of the EMS districts.
PITT COUNTY 911
For more information on Pitt County's E-911 department,
please visit their
It includes an informative
video demonstrating the capabilities of the E-911
system, as well as information on when and how to use
the 911 system in Pitt County.
Preparedness for and response to all emergencies in Pitt
County is coordinated by the
Pitt County Emergency Services Office.
In Pitt County, most patients requiring transport to an
emergency room are taken to
Pitt County Memorial Hospital in Greenville.
Serving 29 eastern North Carolina counties, PCMH is
designated as one of five Level - I
in North Carolina, and the only Level - 1 trauma center
east of Raleigh. According to the July 2006 issue
Patients with traumatic injuries have their best chance
at survival when treated at a Level I Trauma Center. A
national study that included six North Carolina
hospitals found the overall risk of death is 25 percent
lower when care is provided at high level trauma
centers, compared to hospitals without trauma centers.Level
I Trauma centers have equipment and onsite experts to
treat life-threatening injuries 24 hours a day. The
National Study on the Costs and Outcomes of Trauma
included 18 hospitals with Level I trauma centers (the
highest level of care) and 51 hospitals without trauma
centers, located in 14 states. Within one year after
injury, the rate of death was significantly lower for
patients cared for at trauma centers (10.4 percent
versus 13.8 percent for non-trauma centers).
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