Harris County ESD 48 Welcomes New Paramedics

Harris County ESD 48 Welcomes New Paramedics

November 30 2023

Your Harris County ESD 48 Fire Department is pleased to welcome Paramedics Tayler and Cody to the 48 family!

Meet Tayler Roberts

My name is Tayler Roberts and I have been in EMS for give or take 3 years. I first got into healthcare as an ER registrar, eventually becoming an ER tech and doing that for 4 years. I then made the commitment to EMS by achieving my Basic then my Paramedic back-to-back. Afterwards, I developed an amazing foundation as, not only a Medic, but as a leader and mentor at Washington County EMS in which I hope to develop even more here at HCESD 48. Outside of work I enjoy playing soccer and competitive paintball and spending time with my family.


Meet Cody Haney

Hello, my name is Cody Haney, and I have been in EMS for three years with two of those being a paramedic. I got into EMS after graduating from Sam Houston State University, and have been hooked ever since. I am coming from a rural 911 department that I was able to have amazing mentors and people to work around. I am extremely excited to work for this community and the people who reside in it. I promise to do my best to improve the lives of whoever I have the privilege of coming in contact with. Outside of work I enjoy shooting competitive archery and traveling with the family.
Did You Know?

The HCESD 48 EMS Division consists of paid professionals from EMT Basic to Paramedic, with approximately 50 EMT employees on staff. Their response area - which includes your neighborhood - spans 29.54 square miles across the western portion of unincorporated Harris County. The general boundaries are Katy-Fort Bend Road to the west, Clay Road to the north, Westheimer Parkway to the south, and Barker Road to the east.

In 2022, the Harris County ESD No. 48 Fire Department responded to 4,188 fire calls fire calls, of which 58% were fire and 42% were EMS related. Their EMS team responded to 10,935 EMS calls, of which 58% were transports, 26% were non-transports, and 15% were other dispositions (hospital transfers).

To learn more about your local fire department, including events and community outreach, please visit their website at hcesd48.org

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