Central County Emergency Dispatch Service is the dispatch center for the Lemay Fire Protection District. Central County employs 14 dispatchers (plus one executive director, one administrative assistant and two information technology specialists).
The center is staffed twenty-four hours a day and the dispatchers work twelve-hour shifts. The professional dispatchers are also certified by the National Academy of Emergency Medical Dispatch to provide pre-arrival emergency medical instructions to callers. This important information is provided so that the caller can provide immediate care to the ill or injured party.
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