other hours by appointment
16362S Town Hall Road
PO Box 159
Wascott, WI 54890
Information Memo regarding Gordon, WI, Douglas County EMS Service
14497 S Snowberry Ln
Gordon WI 54838
Director: Betty Ebert
Assistant Director: Stacey Vig
Medical Director: Dr. Jonathan Shultz
Town of Gordon Liaison: Craig Golembiewski, Jr
Town of Wascott Liaison: Chuck Youngquist
EMS Notices, Agendas 2021
here for other Agendas:
Providing ambulance service to the residents and visitors of
Gordon and Wascott since 1958. Staffed by nationally
registered and stat licensed Emergency Medical Technicians
with the support of skilled Emergency Medical Responder (1st
responders). Working in cooperation with all area hospitals
and advanced life support helicopter services to provide
AFFORDABLE emergency and non-emergency transport and medical
Under the medical
direction of Dr. Jonathan Shultz.
There are two fully equipped ambulances in service 24-
hours/day, 7-days/week, 365-days/year. Each ambulance is
equipped with an Automatic Defibrillator Unit. Both
units are ready for emergency and non-emergency
transport and medical care.
9-1-1 FOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE
VIAL OF LIFE KIT IS
FREE! - click
here for details
HERE FOR ANNUAL BUDGET LETTER 2022
HERE FOR ANNUAL BUDGET LETTER 2021
HERE FOR ANNUAL REPORT 2019-2020
HERE FOR ANNUAL BUDGET LETTER 2020
HERE FOR ANNUAL REPORT 2018-2019
HERE FOR ANNUAL BUDGET LETTER 2019
HERE FOR ANNUAL BUDGET REPORT 2018
PROUD OF OUR EMS TEAM! Testimonial...
On June 12, I was in need of medical attention at 7194 E. County
Road [Pogo's Harbor Inn]. I greatly appreciate & commend all those
that were involved in my care. I am a captain with 30yrs. of
service on the Chicago Fire Dept. Your members are as professional as
I have seen in my 30yrs of service. To those members, THANK YOU !
DON LEIGH, 3750 W. 111TH ST., CHICAGO, IL 60655-4008
financial support of Operation Round Up, Gordon-Wascott EMS
was able to purchase 2 portable capnograph units for our
arrive on-scene ahead of the ambulance crew.
These units are used to measure the end tidal carbon dioxide
and respiration rates, which allow for confirmation of an
advanced airway placement during CPR. The capnographs
measure end tidal carbon dioxide and respiration rate, and
have the ability to recognize the very first signs of Return
of Spontaneous Circulation (ROSC).
While our ambulances are equipped with capnographs, our
First Responders who arrive before the ambulance did not
have these units. We were also able to purchase airway
adapters which are required for use of the capnographs.
The aount of funding received from Operation Round Up was
Gordon-Wascott EMS purchased the 2 capnographs on May 11,
2021. The members of Gordon-Wascott EMS are very
grateful for the financial support from Operation Round Up
in helping us purchase these much-needed supplies, and will
put them to use immediately!