As Lebanon grows, so does its need for emergency services. Mercy will be able to answer the call even faster, thanks to help from the City of Lebanon.
For years, Mercy housed the ambulance crews at Lebanon Fire Station 1. When firefighters needed that space, discussion began and the city agreed to remodel an old electric terminal building. The new EMS facility is on the north side of the railroad tracks, eliminating the potential for delays in the event of a railroad blockage.
Today, Mercy held a small, socially-distanced blessing for the new EMS station, located at 100 Harrison Avenue in Lebanon. The new Emergency Services Building has four bedrooms, a day room and kitchen area, as well as space for an office and workout equipment. The garage will house 2 on duty ambulances and a backup.