To provide professional, compassionate healthcare to those we serve in the safest and most efficient manner possible. To live up to the responsibility and challenge of providing the highest possible standard of excellence in emergency care. To enhance the quality of life of those who live, work, play and visit within the boundaries of our ambulance district by providing the highest quality and timeliest emergency medical care possible.
John "Wes" Wesley Green
On September 23rd 2016 Barry Lawrence County Ambulance District lost a long time staple of EMS to a battle with cancer. For 18 years, John "Wes" Wesley Green served the community of Monett and the surrounding areas with his love of the job and never ending compassion doing what he truly loved to do. You will always be in our hearts and on every call in spirit. Barry Lawrence County Ambulance District thanks you for your service and dedication to those we serve. God speed Wes. We'll take it from here.
Located in the Southwestern corner of Missouri, Barry Lawrence County Ambulance District serves an area of approximately 500 square miles, populated by 10,000 residents and visitors, and includes the towns of Monett, Pierce City, Purdy, Verona, and Freistatt. Our service area also includes many commercial, industrial and agricultural areas.
As members of this community we believe that treating our ill and injured neighbors is an honor. Our highly trained staff provide top-notch medical care with professionalism and kindness.
State Licensed Personnel
AHA CPR Certified
Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certified
Round the clock 911 emergency response, treatment and transport of the ill and injured.
Fire Department mutual aid for building fires, providing medical stand-by as needed.
Pre-scheduled local sports & event coverage, providing medical stand-by as needed.
100% Paramedic level Advanced Life Support response for you and your family.
Long distance transport of the critically injured to Springfield and beyond.
Friendly and available staff ready to answer questions or schedule community training.