This map shows the service area boundaries for Osage Ambulance District. The map is interactive, so feel free to zoom or move the map around to see our entire district.
Osage Ambulance District is the primary EMS agency for approximately 15,000 residents and visitors in portions of Osage, Maries and Gasconade County. Total area covered is just under 1,000 square miles from 3 ambulance bases.
Communities Covered include Linn, Chamois, Loose Creek, Bonnots Mill, Belle, Vichy.
Approximately 4,000 annual emergency and non-emergency calls for service annually
We operate (3-4) 24-hour ambulances, (1-2) 12-hour ambulances and 1 supervisor/quick response vehicle daily. Additional special event or Peak Load ambulances are added as needed.
OAD provides non-emergency transport services for hospitals upon request which allows us to staff additional units.
Most of our full-time providers work a 48/96 schedule. We do have 12-hour assignments and part time varying shift schedules as well.
Our fleet consists of 13 Super Warrior Osage Built ambulances, 3 Chevrolet Tahoe’s, 1 Ford F450 utility truck, 1 ASAP Medical UTV, 1 Medical Incident Support Trailer.
We have Zoll X-Series monitors with wifi transmission to hospitals and cloud-to-PCR integration.
Patient Care Reporting:
We use ImageTrend for patient care reporting. Each ambulance is equipped with a Panasonic Toughbook that can convert from a laptop to a tablet for ease of use as needed.
Dispatching services are provided by Osage County Emergency Management Agency / 911.
Each vehicle is a rolling hotspot with Cradlepoint technology that provides the ability for in-vehicle routing, GPS, cardiac monitor uploads, patient care report uploads and downloads.
All training needed for state recertification, including AHA certification classes, is provided to employees on site.