Custer County EMS
Custer County EMS (CCEMS), located in Silvercliffe, Colorado, began in 1988 when a service plan was set up to connect the ambulance service with the West Custer County Hospital District. At that time the service was set up as a volunteer agency with fundraising money supporting operations. In 2007, the service went to an independent contract pay for its service members, but due to some concerns, the service members in December 2013 went to a pay per call status. The 16 ambulance service members are comprised of 1 Paramedic, 1 Intermediate EMT, and 14 EMTs.
Custer County EMS is dispatched by the Fremont County E911 Authority (Frecom911).