Door County Emergency Services (DCES) operates out of four stations, spanning from Washington Island to Brussels, with a fleet of ten ambulances. Currently, the ambulance fleet is a combination of remounted E-450 chassis and new build F-550 chassis. Each of the four stations has at least one 4-wheel drive ambulance better suited for winter roads. In addition, DCES has three command vehicles for quick response and supervisory support on emergency scenes. Each is equipped with medical supplies and equipment.
DCES ambulances are fully equipped with medical supplies and equipment to meet the needs of the clinicians and their patients. This includes Stryker power cots and full-function LifePak 15 cardiac monitors capable of monitoring 12-lead ECG, SpO2, SpCO and EtCO2, as well as, provide lifesaving defibrillation. DCES paramedic ambulances also carry ventilators with CPAP capability, intraosseous infusion therapy, and much more.