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Dedicated to Serving Others: Puckett EMS

June 30, 2011

   Puckett EMS believes that quality care begins with professionalism, training and excellent customer service. It’s this mission that guides Puckett EMS employees each day. Typically, involvement in EMS relates to patient care but at Puckett EMS, it also includes community care. Puckett employees believe in giving back to the community they serve and have donated over 500 hours aside from their service as EMS personnel. Puckett has been the licensed 911 provider for Southwest Cobb County since 2001 and are also contracted with WellStar and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta to provide emergency and non-emergency transportation. Aside from these services, Puckett is also recognized as the leader of critical care paramedics with its full-time staff available to handle the special needs of the critically ill. Puckett EMS has also received the CAAS (Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services) accreditation with honors, which means a perfect score on the first site visit. They are one of four providers in Georgia and one of only 157 agencies in the nation with this accreditation. With the recent expansion of coverage to Chattanooga, Tenn., Puckett EMS continues to grow, building a reputation as a trusted and highly trained EMS provider.

Business Snapshot
President: Steve Puckett
Industry: Ambulance Services
Company Description: Licensed ambulance company providing emergency and non-emergency services to the metro Atlanta and Chattanooga areas.
Number of Employees: 96 full- and part-time
Location: Austell
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