Response Time Data

Advanced Life Support (ALS) Ambulance Response Should Occur Within 8 minutes and 59 Seconds 90% of the Time

911 Ambulance Response Data for Athens-Clarke County

National EMS – 2014-2017

 Data Source – Georgia Department of Public Health

Data Reviewed by Turner and Patat, P.C. Certified Public Accountants

 

Percentage of 911 Ambulance Calls Responded To In Under 9 Minutes

Year Total 911 Ambulance Calls % of 911 Calls Responded to in Under  9 Minutes Number of Calls Responded to in Less Than 9 minutes Number of Calls Responded to in 9 Minutes or Greater 90 % Response Time Standard Reached**
2014 8001 34.7% 2777 5224 17 minutes
2015 12,367 38.1% 4709 7658 16 minutes
2016 16,618 39.1% 6498 10,120 18 minutes
2017 13,932 42.2% 5876 8056 18 minutes
2014 thru 2017 50,919 39.0% 19,864 31,055

===**According to the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services and the National Fire Protection Association, ALS (advanced life support) ambulance response should occur within 8 minutes and 59 seconds 90% of the time.

 

Percentage of 911 Ambulance Calls Responded To In Under 10 Minutes

Year Total 911 Ambulance Calls % of 911 Calls

Responded to in Under 10 Minutes

Number of Calls Responded to in Less Than 10 minutes Number of Calls Responded to in 10 Minutes or Greater 90% Response Time Standard Reached**
2014 8001 45.1% 3606 4395 17 minutes
2015 12,367 47.7% 5908 6459 16 minutes
2016 16,618 48.2% 8019 8599 18 minutes
2017 13,932 51.3% 7146 6786 18 minutes
2014 thru 2017 50,918 48.5% 24,679 26,239

**According to the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services and the National Fire Protection Association, ALS (advanced life support) ambulance response should occur within 8 minutes and 59 seconds 90% of the time.

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