Proudly Serving South Carolina's
Lowcountry Region

About Us


Our Mission

The Lowcountry Regional Emergency Medical Services Council, is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization serving the twelve counties in the Lowcountry Region by providing training, consulting, and technical assistance to emergency services agencies and other allied health agencies and personnel. It is the express purpose of the EMS Council to assist in the development of emergency health care systems within EMS Region IV of South Carolina, and to increase the accessibility and continuity of the overall quality of health care in the Lowcountry Region of South Carolina.

Our Location
The Lowcountry Regional EMS Council is located in the Raymond G. Graham EMS Education Center at 1016 East Montague Avenue in the Olde North Charleston Historic Business District. Mr. Graham served as Charleston County EMS Director for twenty-four years before his retirement in October 2000 and he was a founding member of the Lowcountry Regional EMS Council Board of Directors. The building, built in 1945, was renovated in 2002 into an EMS education center featuring state-of-the-art classroom, meeting, and practical skills facilities.