The Emergency Services Foundation of Texas is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to promoting EMS as a profession and providing high quality care to rural communities in the Texas panhandle.
To provide the highest quality emergency medical care for our communities as well as outreach education to our EMS partners around our response area, as well as the communities we serve. Our motto, “Aqis Quod Adis” literally translated means, "Do well what you do," and exemplifies the organizational belief from management down to the most junior EMT.
ESFT currently owns and operates Pampa EMS and Boys Ranch EMS. On February 1, 2011, Genesis Clinic opened and is serving Medicare, Medicaid, insured and uninsured patients.
ESFT is dedicated to serving the needs of our community in more aspects than just emergency care of the sick and injured. We feel that public outreach education is the key to making our homes, schools, and public places as safe as they possibly can be. In doing this, we will be happy to provide or facilitate education of lay public, civic groups, churches or schools.
ESFT initiated partnership between Amarillo College and Clarendon College to bring a EMSP program to Pampa. EMT, EMT-I, and EMT-Paramedic classes are now available through Clarendon College at the Pampa campus. Contact the Clarendon College office at 806-665-8801 for more information.