Chief Davis began his Edmond career in the fall of 2002 when he was hired to enhance the department’s medical response from EMT Basic to an Advanced Life Support (ALS) System. Since that time, the department has grown to 74 EMT Basics and 48 Paramedics who provide advanced life support daily.
Chief Davis’ background is in Prehospital Emergency Medicine, and he has been an active participant in the Oklahoma City Metro EMS System since 1987. Chief Davis is responsible for facilitating all EMS-related incidents, including administration, direction, and supervision, while establishing an ALS program and functioning in the role of EMS Chief.
Chief Davis holds a degree from Oklahoma State University and is a graduate of the Oklahoma Executive Fire Officer Leadership Program.