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Iredell County EMS
400 S. Meeting St.
Statesville, NC 28677



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This is the official website for the Iredell County Emergency Medical Services. Please feel free to look around our website and let us know what you think.


Updated 12/31/2009


About Us



The Iredell County Board of Commissioners authorized the development of a county based EMS agency in 1975. The agency opened and began to serve the county's citizens in August of that same year.
The service now operates at the EMT-Paramedic level of care (the highest level offered in the State of North Carolina).
Iredell County EMS (ICEMS) is the primary EMS provider for the 598 square mile county. The county contains five incorporated municipalities also served by ICEMS; Statesville, Mooresville, Troutman, Harmony, and Love Valley. Iredell County is divided by two major interstates. Interstate 77 dived the county vertically and it is transected horizontally by Interstate 40.
The agency is now comprised of full-time and part-time paid professionals at the EMT, Intermediate, and Paramedic levels. At least one Paramedic is on every response vehicle. Around the clock and year round, these dedicated professionals serve the county population that now exceeds 130,000+.


24 hours per day ICEMS operates seven ambulances with two EMS professionals on each ambulance.

One ambulance is stationed in the town of Harmony in the northeast corner of the county.

One ambulance is located in the Trinity Volunteer Fire Department in the Northern end of the county.

Three ambulances are stationed in the county seat of Statesville, in the center of the county.

One ambulance is stationed in the town of Troutman, South of Statesville.

Two ambulances are stationed in the City of Mooresville (Race City USA) in the Southern end of the county.

ICEMS also operates 3 Quick Response Vehicles (QRV's). Each is staffed by one paramedic each.

One QRV is located in the Lake Norman Volunteer Fire Department on the Southern end of the county.

Two QRV's are roving shift supervisors with one being assigned to the Northern end of the county and one assigned to the Southern end.


Contact Us 

(704) 878-3027

(704) 878-3002

P.O. BOX 788
Statesville, NC 28687

400 S. Meeting Street
Statesville, NC 28677


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