Emergency Medical Services
Zachary Bieghler, MHA, EMT-P/IC
1030 E HWY 54
Kingman, KS 67068
The mission of Kingman EMS is to serve all individuals in need of emergency medical care with progressive medical care and evaluation with the caring and respectful attitudes those individuals deserve.
Kingman EMS is a licensed by the Kansas Board of EMS and provides advanced progressive emergency medical care to the sick and injured citizens of Kingman County and its visitors. Our response area is approximately 750sq miles which includes the cities of Kingman, Cunningham, Zenda, Nashville, Penalosa, Mt. Vernon, Spivey, and Murdock. We also cover much of the west shore and campgrounds of Cheney Reservoir.
Kingman EMS provides advanced medical services through progressive and physician-approved protocols. The department utilizes state-of-the art equipment and advanced providers can provide cardiac monitoring, electrical cardiac intervention, intravenous medications, advanced airway, and much more. The department conducts several hours of training per year to ensure our technicians are prepared for any illness or injury they encounter.
CPR & First Aid: Kingman EMS is an American Health & Safety Institute Training Center. We provide CPR and First Aid education for daycare providers, teachers, industrial workers, or anyone else just wanting to learn the life-saving skill of CPR. Our programs are approved by OSHA for industrial standards as well as the State of Kansas for daycare providers and teachers. To schedule a CPR Class, contact Maddie Rhodes, Paramedic.
Initial EMS Education: Kingman EMS routinely conducts initial education courses to gain certification as an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). For more information on initial education courses through Kingman EMS, contact EMS Director Zach Bieghler.
Standby Services: We can provide an ambulance and EMS personnel to events and activities within Kingman County. For more information on standby services, pricing, and availability contact EMS Director Zach Bieghler.
Meeting Space: The NextEra Energy EMS Training Center can accommodate 30 attendees with tables or 40 attendees without tables. It is a great meeting space for training activities or meetings. The room is newly remodeled and includes a projector, WiFi, whiteboards, and a kitchen. For more information about this space or to reserve the NextEra Energy Training Center, please contact EMS Director Zach Bieghler.
For General Questions about your bill, please call our billing company: LifeSave Transport at 316-932-1422