Emergency Services and Transport for North Jefferson County MO
Founded in 1975, the North Jefferson County Ambulance District serves residents living in areas of northern Jefferson County. The District operates two ambulance hub locations in High Ridge and Fenton. Emergency crews at the High Ridge location respond to emergency calls in High Ridge, Byrnes Mill, House Springs, and the areas of Eureka located within the Jefferson County boundary. The secondary Fenton hub responds to emergency calls within the Jefferson County boundary of Fenton.
The District includes 40 paramedics. North Jefferson County Ambulance District is a Bureau of Emergency Medical Services licensed agency, Drug Enforcement Agency, Bureau of Narcotic and Dangerous Drugs and CLIA certified.
In 2013, the Missouri Emergency Medical Services Association (MEMSA) honored the District with the Missouri Ambulance Service of the Year award.
About the District's Leadership Team
About Jennifer Wilson
Jennifer Wilson is the Business Manager for the District. She oversees the business operations and day-to-day functions of the Administrative offices. She also facilitates District-wide benefits as well as overseeing asset and project management.
About Jeremy Walter
Jeremey Walter is the Chief Medical Officer. He oversees the EMT and paramedic teams at the District. He also facilitates onboarding and training and ensures District-wide compliance with emergency medical response and first aid best practices.
Board of Directors
Residents elect a Board of Directors of six individuals that provides oversight and guidance for the District. The Board members serve a three-year term. Meetings are held the third Monday of each month (6:15 p.m.) at the district administration offices.
The Board approves all District expenditures. In addition, Board members also manage the hiring process for District Chief and Business Manager.
Meetings are open to the public, and minutes are available in compliance with Missouri's Sunshine Law.
Free Resources Offered by North Jefferson County Ambulance District
The District offers residents many free resources and classes to empower them to stay safe and learn valuable life-saving skills. Use our Community Resource guide to access:
CPR and first aid training
Babysitting classes for teens
Safe Sleep Infants Classes and programs
Information about Sharps disposal locations
Become a First Responder!
North Jefferson County Ambulance District seeks honorable and hardworking individuals who want to impact their communities dynamically. Emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics provide emergency medical care and transport and are a vital resource for those requiring critical life-saving support and first-aid.
Quick Access to Important Forms
Use the Districts document library as an informational resource to find important forms and documents. If you need assistance or cannot find the form you need, please get in touch with us.
North Jefferson County Community Events
Our crews and District leadership sponsor and participate in numerous community events yearly. Learn more about upcoming car seat inspection and installation events, school supply drives, toy drives, and drug take-back events.
Check back regularly for new events.
Read the Monthly Safety Tip
Every month, the District publishes a new safety tip. We want residents to stay safe on the roads, at home, and when they are enjoying the local pools and rivers. Read the latest safety tips and explore the safety tip archives, too.
Pay Your Ambulance Bill Online
Residents in the District's boundaries are billed beyond what is covered by their private health insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare. However, individuals who received care from the District and live outside our service area's boundaries may receive additional charges for ambulance transportation and related care
Your privacy is important to us. We safeguard your personal information and data when you use our site to pay your bill. You will notice a padlock icon on the District's payment portal; this lock denotes data encryption technology designed to protect your personal and financial information.
Designed as an ADA Compliant Website
We believe that the web and all its information should be accessible to everyone. North Jefferson County Ambulance District created an ADA-compliant website that individuals of all abilities can enjoy and navigate easily.
What is an ADA-compliant website? Explore our Accessibility Statement to learn more!