Public Safety Complex
655 N. State St.
Stanton, MI 48888
Montcalm County Emergency Services operates Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulance transport units, 5 medical first response rescue units, 5 heavy extrication vehicles, 1 confined space rescue, manages disaster preparedness and response, and serves as staff to the Montcalm County Medical Examiner. The department also manages HealthCare Plus+, an ambulance subscription program.
FUNDING SOURCES: MCES is funded by two revenue sources - ambulance collections and a county-wide millage. The millage is almost exclusively used to fund the Rescue Division and the Montcalm Technical Rescue Team. Ambulance collections fund the majority of the ALS Ambulance Division budget.
The department's annual budget is approximately $2.2 million.
Director David D. Feldpausch, CCP/EMT-P PEM
Deputy Director Eric J. Smith, EMT-P/IC
Doris Case, EMT-P
Brandon Mulnix, EMT-P
Chris Olson, EMT-P
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE STAFF:
Pamela Riker - Administrative Aide
Amber Barnes - Billing & Accounts Manager
Andrea Fowler - Billing & Accounts Manager
AMBULANCE STAFF - MCES employs 21 Full-Time and Permanent Part-Time Paramedics. We also have 18 Permanent Part-Time licensed ambulance employees.
RESCUE STAFF - MCES employs over 75 part-time personnel who staff the rescue division, with professional licensures ranging from Medical First Responders to Paramedics. Most Rescue Division staff are trained in the use of heavy extrication equipment (Jaws of Life).
MONTCALM TECHNICAL RESCUE TEAM - This team is staffed by 20 individuals trained in the techniques of confined space rescue and specialized rescue (including search and rescue and high-angle rescue).