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Jackson County is located in the middle of the State of West Virginia. I-77 runs south to north in the middle of the County with the Ohio River as the Western border. Being situated between two large metropolitan areas in the State, and operating as a rural County based, levy funded EMS system. Having 3 ALS stations 24/7 located strategically throughout the County. There are over 24 full time and part-time EMT's and Paramedics. With a fleet of 6 ALS Ambulances, operating under the State of West Virginia Medical Command System, using Statewide Protocols. Working with the 5 Volunteer Fire Departments of the County, and dispatched by the County 911 center (OEMS). The local hospital is Jackson General Hospital, in Ripley, West Virginia. Also available are Aeromedical service's from Charleston, Huntington, Morgantown, Parkersburg and Ohio University Hospitals. A level I Trauma Center along with the best Cardiac Centers in the State are about 35 minutes away by ground. Providing modern equipment, and the latest training in Emergency Care, in cooperation with the State of West Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services and our Medical Director, serving over 28,000 citizens.