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Clear Lake Emergency Medical Corps
News Release
Monday, November 07, 2011



Houston - Clear Lake Emergency Medical Corps (CLEMC) has placed on duty a new remounted ambulance.   CLEMC was assisted with the remount of this ambulance with a $30,000 grant from the Texas Department of State Health Services Local Project Grants.  This grant is to support the needs of EMS providers or Texas Department of State Health Services approved organizations and evaluated based on impact to the regional or state wide EMS/trauma system.  By remounting one of CLEMC older ambulances, CLEMC was able to save $60,000 on this vehicle.  The remounted ambulance will serve CLEMC district 2 which covers uincorporated area of Harris County in the Heritage Park area.  The ambulance is rated as a type three ambulance, which means that there is a walk-through between the cab of the truck to the patient care area. It can transport two patients and is equipped as a Mobile Intensive Care Unit. The vehicle was remounted by Osage Industries with the help of the Phoenix Group of Texas.  CLEMC is on scheduled fleet replacement program with all of its ambulances being replaced in a 5 year cycles. 

The Clear Lake Emergency Medical Corps (CLEMC) more commonly referred to as CLEMC (pronounced CLEM-see), is a not-for-profit combination paid/volunteer EMS organization serving the Clear Lake, Texas area.  We provide 911 emergency medical services with five type III ambulances, two emergency response vehicles, and a supervisor mass casualty vehicle.  CLEMC covers a large
territory that includes several cities and large communities.  CLEMC has served the residents and visitors of the greater Clear Lake area for the last thirty-seven years with around-the-clock emergency medical ambulance services.  During 2010, CLEMC responded to 4,500 calls for assistance.  For more information about Clear Lake Emergency Medical Corps, contact the Chief Roy Hunter at 281-488-3078 or email at

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