Ambulance & Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Department Staff

The Wray EMS department consists of a combination of paid, part time, and volunteer Emergency Medical Responders (EMR), Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), Paramedics and Registered Nurses. These people are caring individuals who are dedicated to serving the community.

Coverage Areas

Wray EMS provides primary 911 services to approximately 1,000 square miles of eastern Yuma County, CO along with mutual aid to western Dundy County, Nebraska. 

The department also provides a crucial link to specialized care at large front-range medical centers by the way of Basic, Advanced and Critical Care inter-hospital transport. 

Wray EMS responds to 400-500 calls annually.

These patients originate at the local hospitals and are transferred to tertiary centers in:

  • Denver
  • Fort Collins
  • Greeley
  • Loveland
  • North Platte, Nebraska

Who to Call

Call 911 for emergency response. For non-emergent or inter-hospital transports, please contact our Communications Center at 970-848-0464, and they will page the on-call supervisor to call you as soon as possible to arrange the transport.


Wray EMS currently has a fleet of 3 ambulances, all of which are advanced life support units licensed by Yuma County. The ambulances are equipped with lifesaving devices that enable the EMTs and Paramedics to care of any type of sick or injured person.

healthcare education and training

Wray EMS offers a variety of continuing education, community education, and primary education courses. Our focus is to provide education that is critical thinking, patient centric and scenario and case driven to include online, face-to-face, hybrid and human patient simulation options. We can also customize courses to suit your needs or assist you in conducting your own. To see our upcoming courses and further information, please click here. (link coming soon)