The Denver Health Paramedic Division currentlyhas 240 employees, typically working four 10-hour shifts per week. These employees are supported by ten Paramedic Lieutenants and six Paramedic Captains who oversee field operations. Additionally, the Division employs a pool of intermittent Paramedics and EMTs to allow for extra staffing. These employees are required to work a minimum number of shifts per month so that they keep their clinical skills sharp. The primary mission of the Denver Health Paramedic Division is to provide 911-ambulance service to the City and County of Denver. The Denver Paramedics also provide EMS services at Denver International Airport, and provide medical response to a wide variety of events and mass gatherings. For more information on any of these operational areas select it from the menu above. Denver Health also operates a Critical-Care Transport ambulance staffed by an RN. The CCT is capable of performing critical care transfers to and from anywhere in the Denver metro area, 24 hours a day. For information on CCT services contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .