Albany EMS

Albany EMS

Albany EMS was founded in 1975 under the auspices of the Albany Community Health Planning Council. Through the years, Albany EMS has been at the forefront of emergency pre-hospital care in Green County.

In 2000, Albany EMS took a step forward in providing optimal patient care by becoming certified as an Advanced EMT Service. As an AEMT unit, certified crew members can administer IV therapy, prescribed cardiac drugs such as Nitro, albuterol for breathing difficulties and IV Dextrose for diabetic emergencies. These advance care techniques will greatly enhance the pre-hospital care for all patients in need of emergent medical care.

In the spring of 2016, with great support and assistance given by the whole community, Albany EMS was able to purchase and welcome a new ambulance.  This ambulance features a self-loading power cot which decreases the potential for back injuries to the EMTs.  The ambulance also carries a cardiac monitor capable of defibrillation and acquiring EKG’s and an automatic CPR device that provides constant quality compressions to a patient in cardiac arrest.

As a service, Albany EMS offers three levels of patient care:

  •     Emergency Medical Responder, which can provide skills such as airway management and trauma care.
  •     Emergency Medical Technicians, which can provide airway management, trauma care, basic cardiac care and give some medications.
  •     Advanced Emergency Technician, which can provide the care of a basic EMT but can also administer more medications and provide IV therapy.

Monthly trainings, special conferences, and other educational resources allow crew members to stay up to date in the latest developments of emergency medicine. In 2000, Albany EMS was one of three finalists statewide for “The EMS Service of the Year” awarded by the Wisconsin EMS Association.

Albany EMS is always in search of new recruits to enter this challenging and rewarding field.  For more information on joining The Albany EMS Team you may contact Laurie Keepers (608) 862-3240 or Email


President: Tonya Stephan
Vice President: Mark Riedel
Secretary: Laurie Keepers
Treasurer: Kari Hoesly
Director: Jamie Stephenson  608-862-3249

Current Albany EMS Crew Members

  • Deb Bailey
  • Terry Bailey
  • Sue Bender
  • Ricky DeNure
  • Angela Elmer
  • Julie Flood
  • John Frydenlund
  • Greg Gage
  • Lisa Keeley 
  • Laurie Keepers 
  • Nick Krueger 
  • Teresa Martin
  • Danny Mueller 
  • Justin Mueller 
  • Dave Pluss
  • Jennifer Pope
  • Mark Riedel
  • Thomas Richter 
  • Tonya Stephan
  • Jamie Stephenson 
  • Bruce Walz
  • Dean Walz

Albany Emergency Medical Services is a Health Care provider licensed by the State of Wisconsin to provide 24 hour a day health care services. Albany EMS will effectively serve the public, and implement an EMS public information and education program. The Albany EMS (PI&E) program is intended to be a resource for the public to enhance the knowledge of the EMS system, support appropriate EMS system access, demonstrate essential self-help and appropriate EMS system access, demonstrate essential self-help and appropriate bystander care actions, and encourage injury prevention.

Albany EMS would like the residents of Albany and the surrounding communities to help us improve. Please forward any comments, concerns or ideas to Albany Area EMS, 208 North Water St. Albany, WI 53502 or email us at