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Buda EMS Billing Information:

The Buda Fire Department utilizes Emergicon, LLC as our billing service provider. Any billing inquiries or requests for medical records should be directed to:

Emergicon Phone:

1-877-602-2060

Emergicon Address:

PO Box 180446
Dallas, TX 75218

BILLING RATES:

Treatment/No Transport:  $250

*This only includes advanced interventions such as IV or medication administration

BLS  $850 + $15.00/mile | ALS1:  $950 + $15.00/mile | ALS2:  $1050 + $15.00 mile

Buda Fire Department Stations

Hays County Emergency
Services District #8
P.O. Box 1159, Buda, TX 78610
Administration: (512) 295-2232


Hays County Emergency
Services District #8
P.O. Box 1159, Buda, TX 78610
Administration: (512) 295-2232

FEE SCHEDULE

Administration:

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Chief Huckaby is a seventeen year veteran of the Buda Fire Department. Huckaby joined the Buda Volunteer Fire Department in 1993 as a volunteer and eventually worked his way up through the ranks to Assistant Chief. In 2003, Huckaby was appointed Fire Chief of the Buda Fire Department. Chief Huckaby is a graduate of the Texas Fire Chief Academy and holds a degree in Business Management from Concordia University at Austin. In 2009, Chief Huckaby was named Citizen of the Year by the Buda Area Chamber of Commerce and was awarded Texas Fire Chief of the Year by the Texas Fire Chiefs Association in 2010.

Clay Huckaby

Chief

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Assistant Chief Langshaw began his career in 1981 with the Panama City Fire Department. In 1989, Chief Langshaw was hired by the Panama Canal Commission as a firefighter/EMT and after graduation he was assigned to a ladder company at Howard Air Force Base, Panama. He was promoted to Fire Protection Inspector in 1991. Chief Langshaw enlisted in the US. ARMY in 1992 as a helicopter AH-64 Apache crew chief and served several tours in Korea before returning to Ft. Hood, TX. Chief Langshaw moved to Austin, TX in 1998 and worked for the City of Austin as Airport Operations Coordinator at Robert Muller International Airport and later at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Chief Langshaw continued his career as a firefighter when he joined the Buda Fire Department in mid-July of 2005 and spend 6 years as engine company officer with the rank of captain until his promotion to assistant chief in late 2011. He obtained Undergraduate Certification in Aviation and Aero-Space Safety from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 1997 and graduated from Temple College with an Associate of Applied Science in Emergency Medical Services as a paramedic in 2005.

Gary Langshaw

Assistant Chief

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Chief Duffey currently serves as Fire Marshal for Hays County ESD #8. He is primarily responsible for enforcing the fire code as adopted by the ESD and the community. This includes inspections, fire investigations and reviewing building plans for new businesses. Chief Duffey began his career with the Buda Fire Department in 1984 as a volunteer. In 2007, Chief Duffey was promoted to Fire Marshal/Division Chief of Fire Prevention after serving as Captain with the Buda Fire Department since 2004.

Mike Duffey

Division Chief of Fire Prevention

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Molissa has been an invaluable asset to the Buda Fire Department since 2009. Molissa is responsible for all department administrative duties including budgeting, payroll and Human Resources. She has over 16 years experience in Accounting and Administration of Public Entities and is a licensed EMT-B.

Molissa Welch

Executive Assistant to the Chief

Administration Staff:

 

Kimberly Cisneros

Administrative Assistant

Rodney Solis

Fire Inspector

 

Personnel:

A Shift

Station 2

Raymond Seyfried
Casey McDonald
Adrian Lopez
Chris Uhlaender
Justin Burse
John Mills

Station 3

Daniel Hernandez
Heath Huckaby
Gary Lipich
Johnny Hyde
Sean Dirlam
Roger Dean

B Shift

Station 2

Justin Schraeder
John Rodriguez
Sean Little
Jason Eckstrom
Eric Spillar
Dallas Fowler

Station 3

Abel Gonzales
Carlos Rocha
Elliott Carter
Chris Lowder
Alex Haefner
James Feldott

C Shift

Station 2

Craig Odell
Jacob Haverda
Cory Young
Jerry Escamilla
George Geisen
Bryan Walker

Station 3

Chris Lane
David Weigand
Craig Glanville
Matthew Collins
Brad Elkins
Brandon Foxworth

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Hays County Emergency Services District #8

Operating Budget »

HCESD #8 2016-2017 Budget

Commissioners

President: Jim Weatherford
Vice President: Scott Stevens
Treasurer: Joe Segovia
Secretary: Carol Greaves
Asst. Treasuer: Paul Kaskie

Hays County Emergency Services District #2

Operating Budget »

NEHCESD #2 2016-2017 Budget

Commissioners

President: Jim Hollis
Vice President: J.B. Kolodzey
Treasurer: Halley Ortiz
Secretary: Stacy Morgan
Asst. Treasuer: Tom Dahlstrom

Buda Volunteer Fire Department - 1956

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The Buda Fire Department provides fire suppression and EMS service to a 75 square mile area of northeast Hays County, including the cities of Buda and Hays. We are situated 15 miles south of Austin, Texas along the Interstate 35 corridor. Hays county is among the fastest growing of counties in the state of Texas. Established in 1956, the department became part of the Northeast Hays County Rural Fire Prevention District (NEHCRFPD) in 1985 which allowed the fire department to be funded by tax money. In July of 2003 this was converted to Hays County Emergency Service District #8. In October 2010, Hays County Emergency Service District #2 contracted with the Buda Fire Department to provide Emergency Medical Services.

The Buda Fire Department has approximately 36 career firefighters, a career Chief, an Assistant Chief, a Fire Marshal, and a Fire Inspector who respond to an average of 1900 calls annually out of three fire stations. Station 1 houses our administrative offices and reserve apparatus. Stations 2 and 3 are staffed 24 hours a day/365 days a year with career firefighters manning one engine company and one ambulance. Our volunteers members are on call. All of our career staff as well as many of our volunteers are commissioned by the Texas Commission on Fire Protection and are certified as Emergency Medical Technicians by the Texas Department of State Health Services. The Buda Fire Department is a member of the State Firemen’s and Fire Marshal’s Association, and is compliant with the standards established by the Texas Commission on Fire Protection.

In addition to Fire and EMS services the BFD strives to be an excellent community partner by conducting CPR Classes, Free Smoke Detector programs, Fill the Boot for the MDA, as well as attending many annual Buda events like Budafest, Red White and Buda, and the Lion’s Club BBQ Cook-Off.

 

History. Heritage. Trust.

The Buda Fire Department provides fire suppression and EMS service to a 75 square mile area of northeast Hays County, including the cities of Buda and Hays. We are situated 15 miles south of Austin, Texas along the Interstate 35 corridor. Hays county is among the fastest growing of counties in the state of Texas. Established in 1956, the department became part of the Northeast Hays County Rural Fire Prevention District (NEHCRFPD) in 1985 which allowed the fire department to be funded by tax money. In July of 2003 this was converted to Hays County Emergency Service District #8. In October 2010, Hays County Emergency Service District #2 contracted with the Buda Fire Department to provide Emergency Medical Services.

The Buda Fire Department has approximately 36 career firefighters, a career Chief, an Assistant Chief, a Fire Marshal, and a Fire Inspector who respond to an average of 1900 calls annually out of three fire stations. Station 1 houses our administrative offices and reserve apparatus. Stations 2 and 3 are staffed 24 hours a day/365 days a year with career firefighters manning one engine company and one ambulance. Our volunteers members are on call. All of our career staff as well as many of our volunteers are commissioned by the Texas Commission on Fire Protection and are certified as Emergency Medical Technicians by the Texas Department of State Health Services. The Buda Fire Department is a member of the State Firemen’s and Fire Marshal’s Association, and is compliant with the standards established by the Texas Commission on Fire Protection.

In addition to Fire and EMS services the BFD strives to be an excellent community partner by conducting CPR Classes, Free Smoke Detector programs, Fill the Boot for the MDA, as well as attending many annual Buda events like Budafest, Red White and Buda, and the Lion’s Club BBQ Cook-Off.

Timeline of Important
Buda Fire Dept. Dates

1956 Buda Volunteer Fire Department Established.

1985 Northeast Hays County Rural Fire Prevention District Formed.

July 2003 Hays County Emergency Service District #8 created.

July 2004 BFD hires four career firefighters to cover 8a-5p Monday-Friday.

Jan. 2005 BFD hires a career chief.

July 2005 BFD begins 24/7 career staffing.

June 2008 BFD opens Station 2.

May 2010 BFD opens Station 3.

Oct. 2010 BFD begins EMS service.

Timeline of Important
Buda Fire Dept. Dates


1956Buda Volunteer Fire Department Established.

1985Northeast Hays County Rural Fire Prevention District Formed.

July 2003Hays County Emergency Service District #8 created.

July 2004BFD hires four career firefighters to cover 8a-5p Monday-Friday.

Jan. 2005BFD hires a career chief.

July 2005BFD begins 24/7 career staffing.

June 2008BFD opens Station 2.

May 2010BFD opens Station 3.

Oct. 2010BFD begins EMS service.

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Buda City Limits:

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