MCP to Conduct EMS Financial Study in Harford County, MD

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (July 22, 2020)—Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading public safety consulting and information technology (IT) support services firm, was selected by the Department of Emergency Services in Harford County, Maryland (HCDES), to conduct a complete a study of current emergency medical services (EMS) operations, and to make recommendations for developing a five-year plan for the department.

MCP will work with HCDES to conduct the study and develop a roadmap for meeting the current and future needs of the county’s residents and visitors, including:

  • Facility/station recommendations
  • Apparatus and equipment analysis
  • Comprehensive financial analysis of career and volunteer operations
  • Estimated cost of day-to-day operations annually over the next five years
  • Current billing methodology

“The MCP team is looking forward to supporting Harford County through this project,” said Kevin Murray, MCP cofounder, chairman and chief executive officer. “We understand the importance of planning and will leverage our findings to build a plan that aligns with HCDES’s goals now and into the future and enables the department to continue providing efficient and effective services.”

About Mission Critical Partners (MCP)

Mission Critical Partners (MCP) is an independent consulting and IT support services firm that helps clients enhance and evolve their public safety systems and operations through our extensive experience, knowledge and resources. By providing insight and support every step of the way, our clients are able to transform their mission critical operations, maximizing the value of their investments and ensuring optimal performance and success. Additional information and career opportunities are available at


Morgan Sava
Vice President, Director of Corporate Marketing
Mission Critical Partners

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Posted on July 22, 2020