To provide the best possible, affordable patient care and to deliver that service in a timely manner
Improved access into the EMS system by an enhanced 911 system
Modern and up-to-date communications system with redundancies in place
Paramedic level of care and continued improvements in the delivery of ALS care by providing state of the art equipment, and treatment above the acceptable "standard of care"
Stoddard County Ambulance District is an advanced life support ambulance service located in Stoddard County, MO about 3 hours south of St. Louis. The district was formed in 1975 by voter approval of the citizens of Stoddard County. Stoddard County Ambulance District is governed by a six (6) member board of directors that are elected from the six (6) sub-districts within Stoddard County with each member serving three (3) year terms.
Stoddard County is one of the largest counties in the state of Missouri covering 829 square miles. The district consists of 4 stations throughout the county with 10 ambulances, a mass transport bus, two supervisor vehicles and numerous disaster assets.