Emergency Medical Services

Paramedic Advanced Life Support Units in Hunt County Texas

Hunt Regional Healthcare Emergency Medical Services is a division of American Medical Response (AMR) Hunt County, which provides emergency and non-emergency medical transport service for the Hunt County, Texas area. Employing approximately 70 paramedics and EMTs, the group handles on average 16,000 calls annually.

As a partner with the Hunt Regional Medical Center, AMR Hunt County provides emergency medical services for 99,000 residents in Hunt County, which spans 833 square miles and includes the cities of Greenville, Commerce, Quinlan, Caddo Mills and many other towns and communities.

The operation is active in the community and offers training programs, including disaster training and CPR for local residents and ECA and EMT classes for first responders. Hunt Regional’s emergency services team provides timely response and quality care when you have an emergency. You cannot request an ambulance to respond through this website. In an emergency, please call 911.

A total of 14 first responder units perform emergency services for the citizens of Hunt County.

Hands Only CPR Program

We now offer Hands Only CPR, a program that is great for schools, churches, businesses or other organizations. Trainers can come to your location to teach hands only CPR in 30 minutes at no cost to you. Our CPR instructors also teach certified classes for healthcare providers and Heart Saver. For more information, contact Cindy Hitchcock at 903.450.1133 or cindy.hitchcock@amr.net.


P.O. Drawer 1059
Greenville, Texas 75403-1059


For job opportunities with Hunt County EMS, please visit AMR.net.