Locations Served by Regional Paramedical Services

WALKER COUNTY
RPS began serving Walker County in 1987 with two (2) ambulances and eight (8) employees. The county is located in the northwestern part of the state. The population for this county was 25,162 in the 1980s. Currently the population in Walker County is over 71,953. RPS and has more than twelve (12) ambulances and 200+ employees.

Seven (7) years after Regional Paramedical Services began; RPS expanded into Jefferson County...
JEFFERSON COUNTY
RPS expanded into Jefferson in 1994 in the Birmingham and Hoover areas with two (2) ambulances. The county is located in the north-central portion of the state and encompasses 1,119 square miles. Population in the 1990s was an estimated 651,525. Presently the population has grown to over 667,018 and we have expanded on December 25, 2007 in Jefferson County in the cities of Forrestdale, Graysville, and Adamsville. We now have ten (10) ambulances serving Jefferson County.

Eight (8) year after Regional Paramedical Services began; RPS expanded north into Marion County...
MARION COUNTY
RPS expanded to Hamilton, AL in Marion County in October 1995. This would be and still is the smallest run volume company in all locations. Working with a break-even budget, this is an example of the loyalty RPS has to each of these areas not to close or pull out of low volume areas. Opening in this area with one (1) ambulance and an average of only 2.6 to 3.8 calls per day RPS has been loyal to Marion County. The county is located in the north-western part of the state and encompasses 743 square miles.

Population in the 1990s was an estimated 29,830. Presently the population has grown to over 31,809 and we still have one (1) ambulance serving Marion County with many loyal employees.

Nine (9) years after Regional Paramedical Services began, we expanded into another county...
SHELBY COUNTY
RPS expanded into Shelby County in April 1996 with three (3) ambulances. The county is located in the north-central part of the state and encompasses 800 square miles. Population in the 1990s was an estimated 99,358. Presently in 2007 the population has grown to over 167,021 and we now have five (5) ambulances serving Shelby County.

Thirteen (13) years after Regional Paramedical Services began, we expanded into Chilton County...

CHILTON COUNTY

RPS expanded into Chilton County in May 2000 with two (2) ambulances. The county is located in the central part of the state and encompasses 695 square miles. Population in the 1990s was an estimated 32,458. Presently the population has grown to over 43,455 and we have two (2) ambulances serving Chilton County.

Fifteen (15) years after Regional Paramedical Services began, we expanded into Winston County in 2002...
WINSTON COUNTY
RPS expanded into Winston County in January 2002 with two (2) ambulances. The county is located in the northwestern part of the state and encompasses 614 square miles. Population in the 1990s was an estimated 22,053. Presently the population has grown to over 26,236 and we now have three (3) ambulances serving Winston County.

Another corporation of Regional Paramedical Services began in July 2003 in St. Clair County...

ST. CLAIR COUNTY
RPS expanded into St. Clair County in July 2003 with two (2) ambulances. The county is located in the north-central part of the state and encompasses 646 square miles. Population in the 1990s was an estimated 50,009. Presently the population has grown to over 72,334 and we now have three (3) ambulances serving St. Clair County.

In 2005 Regional Paramedical Services expanded into Talladega County...
TALLADEGA COUNTY
RPS expanded into Talladega County in January 2005 with two (2) ambulances. The county is located near the geographic center of the state, in the Coosa River Valley. It encompasses 753 square miles. Population in the 1990s was an estimated 74,107. Presently the population has grown to over 83,110 and we now have two (2) ambulances serving Talladega County.


In 2010 Regional Paramedical Services expanded into Cullman County...


CULLMAN COUNTY
RPS expanded into Cullman County in January 2010.  The county is located in the north-central part of the state and encompasses 738 square miles and an estimated population of 80,440.