Welcome to Cabell County EMS

Welcome to the official site for Cabell County Emergency Medical Services. Since 1974 CCEMS has been providing the citizens of Cabell County and the City of Huntington West Virginia with quality emergency medical and rescue technical services.

Our Mission is to preserve of life and limb through the delivery of fast and efficient pre-hospital care. Whether it is an illness or injury, the need for rescue and technical services, disasters man made or natural, Cabell County EMS will be there for you!

In the event of an emergency, please call 9-1-1

Schedule A Visit

Cabell County EMS cares about the community. If you or your organization would like to schedule a Cabell County EMS educational/informational visit to your school or community event, call 304-526-8510. Please note; this is for educational and informational purposes only. In case of emergency, call 911.

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Cabell County WARN (Wide Area Rapid Notification) Citizen Sign-Up

In the event of an emergency that may impact your home, the Mass Notification System can deliver emergency messages to every landline in Cabell County; but cell phones, TTY/TDD, and Internet phones service require registration. Sign up Now at

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About Cabell County Mass Notification System

Cabell County Office of Emergency Services and 9-1-1 Center has implemented a Community Emergency Notification System. It allows the County to rapidly notify residents and businesses by telephone. In the event of an emergency, an operator using the system can identify the affected neighborhood or region of the County and record a message that describes the situation. The system will automatically call listed and unlisted telephone numbers within the affected area and deliver the recorded message. If phone lines are busy, the system will attempt to redial those numbers to make contact. If an answering machine picks up the call, the emergency message will be left on the machine.



The WV State Mapping and Addressing Board devised a formula for all counties to follow for the purposes of assigning “city-style” address to all structures in a county making it easier for first responders to locate an address. The purpose was to eliminate duplicate road names, assign addresses where they don’t exist, provide numbers that make sense to responders and establish an addressing method that would allow growth and or change. All 55 counties in WV have been given this mandate and they all have been directed to follow the same formula. Cabell County has currently completed the areas of Salt Rock, Branchland(Cabell County portion), Glenwood and Culloden. For a list of road name changes or any other questions please go to


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