The Winnebago Tribal Ambulance Service strives to serve critical emergency assistance and pre-hospital care to citizens on the Winnebago Reservation.  All Emergency Medical Service personnel are dedicated to deliver quality patient care. Our commitment is to prevent loss of life,  physiological illness, or injury on a 24-hour basis while assuring efficient response times to those in need. 

The EMS program is also actively involved in outreach and educational activities in Winnebago. The activities are designed to educate and inform the community about EMT responses and prevention.

Types of Calls:

  • Inter-Facility-Hospital to Hospital
  • Pre-Hospital
  • Standby
  • Cancelled Calls
  • Mutual Aid
  • Refusal
  • Treat/No Transport

Outreach/Educational Activities:

  • CPR and First Aid Courses
  • Safe Sitter Course
  • EMT Jr. Camp
  • Afterschool Ride Along During Emergency
  • Medical Services Week
  • Standby At Events

Additional Certification:

  • CPR and First Aid Instructors
  • Administer Epinephrine/Aspirin
  • Administer Albuterol/Nebulizer Treatment
  • Initiate and Monitor IVs
  • Check Blood Sugar and Administer Glucose
  • Provide advance airway procedures such as combitube or endotracheal intubations.

Contact Information:
Located in the IHS Hospital
225 S. Bluff St.
Winnebago, NE 68071
Dr. Joseph Nicolas, Physician Medical Director - Email
Cindy Aldrich, NREMT-Paramedic - Email
Phone: 402.878.2277
Located in the IHS Hospital
225 S. Bluff St.
Winnebago, NE 68071