Mission: Provide prehospital emergency medical care to a service area of approximately 1,000 square miles. With a fleet of four ambulances, eight full-time employees, and more than 40 paid volunteers, mca provides bls and als ambulance service.
Programs: Emergency medical services provided on approximately 836 ambulance calls in 2017 to the residents of mercer county, north dakota. Approximately 40 part-time squad members provide over 35,000 hours of call time each year to cover services 24/7/365 and provide both advanced and basic care. Mercer county ambulance also has first responders on call in four communities. These first responders provide basic life-saving care while the ambulance is en route. Mca also provides standby services to sporting and community events such as rodeos, company picnics, and football games. These standby services are provided at no charge for high school events. Mca is also active in providing emergency medical training such as cpr for community members. Individuals may become a certified emt-b through education provided by mca.