|Welcome||October 24, 2016|
The Deer-Grove EMS District serves over 13,000 people in the Town and Village of Cottage Grove, the Village of Deerfield, and portions of the Town of Pleasant Springs in Dane County, Wisconsin.
Deer-Grove EMS is a State of Wisconsin certified Paramedic Service that provides 911 Emergency Medical response 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year, by a staff that includes both paid and volunteer professionals. We strive to foster a work environment where staff members feel compelled to stay and continue to offer their skills and service to the people of our district. As DGEMS remains strongly committed to keeping alive the volunteer aspect of the service which was its historical starting point, the service is also committed to maintaining a synergistic relationship between the paid staff and volunteers in this combination department.
We continue to grow to meet the needs of the communities we serve. In addition to responding to over 900 emergency calls each year, our staff members participate in numerous community events throughout the year. We want the community we serve to know that we are here for them and we like to offer our skills and knowledge base to pro-actively help as we can. You can read more about this on the Community Medic page, and make a request for us to particpate in your event on the Public Request page.
Deer-Grove EMS is a registered training facility for CPR/First Aid/AED training!
Current News and Events
Dane County now offers Text-2-911 service in an emergency! Click here for the full release!
Deer-Grove EMS was happy to be a part of the Parkinson's Half Marathon and 5k on a beautiful, sunny morning in April.
Deer-Grove EMS was featured in a great story of cardiac survival that happened in July of 2015. See full story in The Herald Independent.
EMTs reunited with baby they helped deliver. See full story in The Herald Independent
Deer-Grove EMS proudly supports the Deerfield Demons on the football field.
Deer-Grove EMS Staff and Volunteers enjoyed greeting lots of smiling faces as they handed out popsicles and temporary tattoos at both the Deerfield and Cottage Grove Firemen's Festivals in June.
Several local businesses have generously sponsored the purchase of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) to be placed throughout the Deer-Grove EMS community. We recently gathered representatives of the donating businesses and the recipient locations for this photo. See related article in the Herald Independent.
Deer-Grove EMS Staff participation in training burns conducted by the Cottage Grove Volunteer Fire Department helps keep the fire fighters safe during the training exercise, and fosters the team mentality between the fire and EMS departments that is crucial in real emergencies.
In cooperation with the Deerfield Fire Department and the Dane County Sheriff's Department, DGEMS staff members helped stage a mock accident to warn Deerfield teens of the dangers of inattentive driving