Fire Command Staff
Deputy Chief Miles Allen - Community Risk Reduction & Training
Deputy Chief Pablo Lugo - Operations
EMS Chief Stacie Farmer- Emergency Medical Services
EMS Chief Stacie Farmer began her career with Douglas County Fire/EMS Department 23 years ago. She believes “our personnel are our most valuable asset” and says, “I genuinely care about their wellbeing.”
Stacie currently holds an Associate degree in Applied Sciences and is completing her B.A.S. degree in Organizational Leadership with a concentration in Diversity and Inclusion.
She has served in many capacities during her tenure including Paramedic, Sergeant, and Training Lieutenant. Her credentials include NPQ F.O. I-IV, NPQ Evaluator, Structural Fire Control Instructor, NPQ Hazmat Operations, NPQ Public Safety Educator, GEMA Crash Victim Extrication, Certified SCBA Repair Technician, Georgia Stroke Curriculum Instructor, Level III EMS/Paramedic Instructor/Coordinator, AMA Affiliate Faculty, TCCC/TECC Instructor, PHTLS Instructor, EPC Instructor, and Hazmat team member.
Stacie has been married to her husband, Eric for 20 years and is a mother to two children: Haiden and Ben.
EMS Division Goals
1. Ensure patient care meets or exceeds national best practice standards
2. Ensure customer service satisfaction
3. Integrate EMS-related outreach initiatives with CRR programs
4. Evaluate and ensure fiscal responsibility regarding EMS budget items
5. Enhance efficiency in both operations and logistical arenas
6. Increase job satisfaction for EMS personnel