The Burleson Fire Department provides Advanced Life Support services for our citizens. In addition to basic first aid, bandaging/splinting, and CPR, the fire department's service includes the capability of intravenous (I.V.) therapy and airway intubation. The fire department also carries automatic defibrillators on the trucks.
*Beginning October 1, 2023, Burleson Fire/EMS will begin provided in-house ambulance transport. Read more.
CareFlite provides air ambulance transport. A Caring-Heart membership protects your entire household against any balance billing after insurance pays. Those without insurance receive a 50% discount from CareFlite’s standard rates.
Keeping Kids Safe
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration hosts a "Keeping Kids Safe" page featuring the six most common vehicle dangers that even the most careful parents can overlook, and how to avoid them. The dangers include backover, heat stroke, power windows, vehicle rollaway, seat belt entanglement, and trunk entrapment.
Disposing of Needles and Syringes
Place needles and syringes in a hard plastic (ex: laundry detergent bottles) or metal container with a tightly secured lid. (The container should be labeled “Syringes,” “Sharps,” or “Needles.”)
Keep the container out of the reach of children and pets.
When the container is full, seal and reinforce its lid with heavy-duty tape.
Dispose of the sealed container in the household trash. Learn more.