The Wake County EMS System has a Shift Commander on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There is one shift commander for each of the four 12-hour shifts.

The Shift Commander is responsible for direct oversight of District Chiefs as well as a host of administrative and operational duties. The position launched into service on June 15, 2018.

The following are Wake County EMS System Shift Commanders.

Kevin Phillips
Began with Wake County EMS in 1998 and has served as paramedic, Field Training Officer, District Chief, Honor Guard Member, and PEER/CISD Team Member. He has served in the EMS field since 1998.

Wesley Marshall
Began with Wake County EMS in 1998 and has served as paramedic, Field Training Officer, and District Chief. He also served time as a District Chief with the former Six Forks EMS.  He has served in the EMS field since 1992.

Curtis Fuko
Began with Wake County EMS in 2001 and has served as paramedic, Field Training Officer, District Chief, Wolfpack Medic, FTEP Coordinator, and Scheduling Chief. He has served in the EMS field since 1992.

Greg Guillaume
Began with Wake County EMS in 2008 and has served as paramedic, Advanced Practice Paramedic, District Chief, and Tactical Medic. He has served in the EMS field since 2003.


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Wake County EMS
331 S. McDowell St.
Raleigh, NC  27601