MARTINSVILLE, IND. – Morgan County announced today that it has hired two experienced individuals to lead the county’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Effective immediately, Summer Brown is serving as the Director of Operations and starting in May, Brent Worth will be the Director of Administration.

Summer Brown – Brown is a paramedic and registered nurse with more than 15 years of EMS experience. She began her career in Morgan County in 2009 and has worked for Morgan County EMS since its inception. She holds an associate’s degree in paramedic science and in nursing from Ivy Tech Community College. She brings a passion for patient care and is committed to the progress of EMS within the county.

Brent Worth – A long-time Morgan County resident, Worth has more than 35 years of experience in public safety. He joins EMS after serving as captain of the Morgan County Sheriff’s office for the past nine years, and as a part of the department for 21 years. Worth holds a bachelor’s degree from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs from Indiana University. His vision for the future builds upon his education and proven leadership experience and makes him a great addition to Morgan County EMS.

“We are pleased to have Summer and Brent lead our EMS team,” Morgan County Commissioner Bryan Collier said. “Both are ready to provide the leadership to ensure the long-term viability of emergent care for Morgan County.”
EMS is a system that provides emergency medical care to Hoosiers through coordinated response and emergency medical care involving multiple people and agencies.

Morgan County EMS was founded in 2017 and has evolved over the past six years. The appointment of Brown and Worth is a step to expand EMS and meet the county’s emergency medical response needs in the future.