Fort Hall Fire & Emergency Medical Services.
The mission of the Fort Hall Fire and EMS District is to provide high quality essential emergency and non-emergency services; to protect the lives and property of tribal members, descendants, residents, employees, and guests of the Fort Hall Reservation and the surrounding communities; and to protect the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes’ historical, environmental, cultural and economic resources.
Fire & Rescue.
Area of Response.
The Fire and EMS District responds to all fire/EMS related incidents within the 544,000 acres of the reservation; all fire/EMS calls are handled from units stationed at the Fort Hall station.
- Wildland Fires
- Structure Fires
- Vehicle Fires
- Mutual Aid with surrounding communities and federal agencies
- Chemical Spills
- Gas Leaks
- Unknown Situations
- State Recognized Hazardous Materials Response Team
- Swift Water Rescue
- Ice Rescue
- Rope Rescue
- Search and Rescue
Emergency Medical Services.
- Immediate response to life threatening emergencies
- Prioritized response to requests for service
- Emergency medical response across the entire Fort Hall Indian Reservation
CPR AED / First Aid Training.
- Tribal Departments
- In-house staff
Health Fairs & Events.
- Men's Heath Fair
- Kid's Health Fair
- Fun Run/Walks
- EMS Week
- Mock DUI / School Presentations
- Blood Pressure Screenings
- Blood Glucose Screenings
- Well-Being Assessments
- In-home Hazard Assessment
- Accessibility Assessments
News & Highlights.
Contact Fort Hall Fire & EMS District.
Contact UsEric King Fire Chief/EMS DirectorEmergency: (208)238-4000 Non-emergency: (208)478-3784 P.O. Box 306 Fort Hall, ID 83203
Fort Hall Fire and EMS District.
EMS Interfacility Transfers.
- IHS to AREA HOSPITALS
- HOSPITALS TO SPECIALTY CENTERS
- OUT OF AREA FOR SPECIALIZED CARE (ie CANCER CENTER AT U of U)
- RETURN TRANSPORTS WHEN NECESSARY