Emergency / Ambulance

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The Morrison Community Hospital emergency department provides emergency care to both adult and pediatric patients within the OSF Region I Trauma Network.  Our highly credentialed, Paramedic-based staff, including a 24/7 in-house physician and support staff, are always ready to assist, resulting in very minimal waiting times.

Why choose us?

The emergency department staff is passionate and highly educated.  We are close to home for many local patients and eliminate their need to drive long distances.  However, we do have many patients that tell us that they travel from other areas because they know they will receive exceptional care here and will have little or no waiting time.  Each patient is treated with compassion, dignity, and respect.

What type of credentials do you or your staff have?

Our emergency department staff takes pride in their work and believes strongly in continual education.  Staff completed Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support training in 2009.

About the Ambulance Service

Morrison Community Hospital owns and operates its own ambulance services within the Morrison Community Hospital District.  Morrison Community Hospital Ambulance Services is staffed 24/7 and consist of 911 response, emergency and non-emergency transfers, special event standby’s, community education, and prevention activities.

Has your department or staff received any awards/certificates/honors?

Excellence Award from OSF St Anthony Life Flight and Certificate of Excellence from Chicago Children’s Hospital.

MCH Paramedic teaching complimentary CPR classes to Morrison High School students

Special Services

  • State of the Art Cardiac Monitors with Capnography Capabilities
  • Continuous Positive Airway Pressure device capability
  • Adult Intraosseous access device (EZ-IO) capability
  • Transport Ventilator capability with RN accompaniment
  • 12 lead ECG interpretation and monitoring


The Morrison Community Hospital Ambulance Services staff is highly educated and most have provider or instructor certifications in the following areas:

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support
  • Pediatric Emergencies for Pre-hospital Professionals
  • Basic and Advanced Disaster Life Support
  • Advanced Hazmat Life Support
  • Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support
  • Critical Care Paramedic

Some staff members have specialized training in the following areas:

  • Fire Fighters
  • National Registry of EMT’s in EMT-Basic, and Paramedic
  • National Incident Command System training in ICS-100, 200, 300, 700, and 800
  • National registry practical exam evaluator
  • Hospital First Receiver Trainer