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Rutherford County (TN)

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RUTHERFORD COUNTY EMS

RCEMS IS A TAX PAYER FUNDED THIRD SERVICE EMS AGENCY PROVIDING ALS 911 SERVICE WITHIN THE COUNTY PROPER AND ALL MUNICIPALITIES WITHIN ITS BORDERS. SERVICE IS PROVIDED BY 13 ALS EQUIPPED AMBULANCES AND 2 SUPERVISORS WHICH ARE STAFFED 24/7/365 AND IS SUPPLEMENTED BY 2 COUNTYWIDE ALS AMBULANCES DURING PEAK HOURS.

SUPERVISOR UNITS 
MEDIC 21 AND MEDIC 22 ARE THE ON SHIFT ASSISTANT DIRECTOR AND NORTH END SUPERVISOR, RESPECTIVELY. SUPERVISOR UNITS MAY BE AUTOMATICALLY DISPATCHED TO HIGH ACUITY CALLS (SHOOTING, STABBING, UNRESPONSIVE/MAN DOWN, CPR IN PROGRESS, CRITICAL MVA, ETC). M21 RESPONDS TO CALLS SOUTH OF I840 WHILE M22 RESPONDS TO CALLS NORTH OF I840.


COUNTYWIDE UNITS 
M13 AND M19 ARE THE COUNTYWIDE "FLOAT" UNITS. THESE UNITS ARE IN-SERVICE FROM 0800 - 2000 HRS AND ROAM TO DIFFERENT ZONES THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY BASED ON CALL VOLUME AND UNIT AVAILABILITY. MEDIC 39 IS QUARTERED WITH MEDIC 1 AND ADDITIONALLY PROVIDES BACKUP 911 SERVICE WHEN MEDIC 1 IS UNAVAILABLE.


INTERFACILITY TRANSPORT (IFT) UNIT 
MEDIC 39 IS AN ALS STAFFED CRITICAL CARE AMBULANCE WHICH IS PRIMARILY TASKED WITH CONDUCTING INTERFACILITY TRANSFERS FROM SAINT THOMAS RUTHERFORD AND STONECREST HOSPITAL TO HOSPITAL FACILITIES IN NASHVILLE.


ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 
ADMIN STAFF ARE ASSIGNED UNIT NUMBERS M23 - M35. THESE UNITS ARE FULLY STOCKED ALS SUVs AND MAY VOLUNTARILY RESPOND TO CALLS FROM TIME TO TIME. HOWEVER, THEY ARE NOT AUTOMATICALLY DISPATCHED TO CALLS BY THE COMMUNICATIONS CENTER.


STATIONS / UNIT NUMBERS

  • STATION 1 / SALEM ROAD
    • MEDIC 1
    • MEDIC 21 (SUPERVISOR)
    • MEDIC 39 (PRIMARY IFT UNIT)
  • STATION 2 / BURTON STREET
    • MEDIC 2
    • MEDIC 15
  • STATION 3 / BLACKMAN
    • MEDIC 3
  • STATION 4 / MTSU
    • MEDIC 4
  • STATION 5 / CHRISTIANA
    • MEDIC 5
  • STATION 6 / SMYRNA WEST
    • MEDIC 6
  • STATION 7 / SMYRNA CENTRAL
    • MEDIC 7
  • STATION 8 / STONECREST
    • MEDIC 8
    • MEDIC 22 (SUPERVISOR)
  • STATION 9 / LAVERGNE
    • MEDIC 9
  • STATION 10 / EAGLEVILLE
    • MEDIC 10
  • STATION 11 / SIEGEL
    • MEDIC 11
  • STATION 12 / MANCHESTER
    • MEDIC 12
  • COUNTYWIDE
    • MEDIC 13
    • MEDIC 19


MPD/RCSO 10 Codes

  • 10-1 Receiving Poorly
  • 10-2 Receiving Well
  • 10-3 Stop Transmitting
  • 10-4 Affirmative, Yes
  • 10-5 Relay
  • 10-6 Busy
  • 10-7 Out of Service
  • 10-8 In Service
  • 10-9 Repeat
  • 10-10 Break
  • 10-11 Dispatching Too Rapidly
  • 10-12 Visitors Present
  • 10-13 Weather or Road Conditions
  • 10-14 Escort
  • 10-15 Prisoner In Custody
  • 10-16 Pick Up Prisoner
  • 10-17 Pick Up Papers
  • 10-18 Complete ASAP
  • 10-19 Return to Base
  • 10-20 Location
  • 10-21 Call Station by Phone
  • 10-22 No Further Action
  • 10-23 Stand By
  • 10-24 Trouble at the Station
  • 10-25 Contact
  • 10-26 Disorderly Person
  • 10-27 Break In
  • 10-28 Check Vehicle Registration
  • 10-29 Check Wanted/Stolen
  • 10-30 Does Not Conform to Rules
  • 10-31 Cutting or Stabbing
  • 10-32 Is Breathalyzer Available?
  • 10-33 Emergency Traffic
  • 10-34 Clear for local Dispatch
  • 10-35 Confidential Information
  • 10-36 Correct Time
  • 10-37 Dispatcher
  • 10-38 Shooting
  • 10-39 Armed
  • 10-40 Officer in Trouble
  • 10-41 Out of Radio Contact
  • 10-42 Alarm
  • 10-43 Investigate
  • 10-44 Stolen Vehicle
  • 10-45 MVA No Injury
  • 10-46 MVA With Injury
  • 10-47 Ambulance
  • 10-48 Tow Truck
  • 10-49 Drunk Driving
  • 10-50 Negative, No
  • 10-51 Check by DL
  • 10-52 Armed Robbery
  • 10-53 Warrants
  • 10-54 Arrest and Hold
  • 10-55 Kidnapping
  • 10-56 Prowler
  • 10-57 Overwieght Truck
  • 10-58 Drunk
  • 10-59 Fight
  • 10-60 Nudity
  • 10-61 Child Abuse
  • 10-62 Corpse
  • 10-63 Net Directed
  • 10-64 Net Free
  • 10-65 Clear the Frequency
  • 10-66 Clear for Cancellation
  • 10-67 Dead Animal In Road
  • 10-68 Repeated Dispatch
  • 10-69 False Alarm
  • 10-70 Out On Foot
  • 10-71 Working School Traffic
  • 10-72 Fire Call
  • 10-73 Road Block
  • 10-74 Blood Run
  • 10-75 Plane Crash
  • 10-76 Drag Racers
  • 10-77 Confidential Assignment No Radio
  • 10-78 Confidential Assignment With Radio
  • 10-79 Search Warrant
  • 10-80 Mental Case
  • 10-81 Stopping Violator
  • 10-82 Stopping Suspicious Vehicle
  • 10-83 Breach of Peace
  • 10-84 Drugs
  • 10-85 Request
  • 10-86 Domestic Dispute
  • 10-87 Disturbing the Peace
  • 10-88 Shoplifting
  • 10-89 Send DHS Worker
  • 10-90 Child Sex Abuse
  • 10-91 Homicide
  • 10-92 Disorderly Conduct
  • 10-93 Riot
  • 10-94 Suicide
  • 10-95 Bomb Threat
  • 10-96 Larceny
  • 10-97 Arrived On Scene
  • 10-98 Left the Scene
  • 10-99 Repeat Unit Number

Signals

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  • Signal 6 Phone Call
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  • Signal 8 Meet
  • Signal 9 Disregard
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  • Signal 15 Fuel
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