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Middleburg Heights, OH 44130
Message from the Chief
Fighting fires is a very important task, but a modern fire department does much more than that.
During a typical year, for example, nearly 87 percent of the calls handled by our department are for emergency medical service.
We also rescue people who are victims of all kinds of accidents and we are prepared to help victims of natural and man-made disasters.
The fire department is responsible for saving lives and protecting property. We deal with fires, explosions, accidents, medical emergencies, toxic materials and a variety of other threats-often under extreme circumstances.
Because of this, our firefighter/paramedics train constantly to keep up-to-date with changes in equipment, technology and techniques.
Please look through our web pages. You’ll find a variety of useful information about safety, fire prevention and medical emergencies.
We are proud to serve our city and we appreciate the support we receive from our community. If you have any questions about fire safety, or any other questions involving the fire department, please give us a call.
For all information regarding Fire Department employment, please visit the Middleburg Heights Civil Service Commission page.
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University Hospitals AirMed landed at Park Heights Baptist Church, in Middleburg Heights, as part of a special training exercise for the Middleburg Heights, Berea and Brook Park Fire Departments.
Proudly Serving for 75 Years.
The Fire Department will change its logo in celebration of their 75th anniversary. This will be the fourth patch in department history. Read full story here.
Building a Fire TruckThe Fire Department is building a new fire truck that is specifically designed for the needs of our community. See Fire Truck Here
Trained ProfessionalsUniversity Hospitals AirMed landed at Park Heights Baptist Church, in Middleburg Heights, as part of a special training exercise for the Middleburg Heights, Berea and Brook Park Fire Departments.
Middleburg Heights Fire Department Wins Award
The Mission: Lifeline team at the American Heart Association is excited to continue recognizing EMS agencies for applying the most up-to-date evidence- based treatment guidelines to improve care and outcomes in the communities served. Prehospital personnel are the first providers of care to patients suffering from cardiac emergencies. The role of EMS in the system-of-care for these patientsis crucial and often sets the course forthe patient’s outcome.