GTA IV always lacked an element that has been part in previous GTA games: paramedic missions.
That is where the idea of EMS MOD started. Filling the hole in Grand Theft Auto IV by adding
a major improvement to Liberty City's emergency services. EMS MOD is a project by mod author
Mordecki that aims to enhance GTA IV's gameplay by giving the player the opportunity to patrol
the streets of Liberty City as a paramedic. You will be able to take random callouts throughout
Liberty City that send you out to save people's lives. Not only will you, the player, be able
to treat patients but to immerse yourself into the role of a paramedic as the mod features a lot
of realistic elements of being a paramedic.
A lot has happened to the mod since it first started out, a lot of features have been implemented
into and cut out of the EMS MOD while the intention behind it has always been the same: Creating
an immersive and realistic gameplay experience in patrolling the streets of Liberty City as a paramedic.
EMS MOD is created from scratch by a single mod author so it has already gone a long way from being
just an idea to now being an actual, playable program. The mod itself has grown over time, from a
little code with a few calls to a real simulation, a game in a game.
EMS MOD is based upon central european medical standards and includes a lot of features that not
only build a powerful medical treatment system but a realistic simulation of a paramedic's tasks.
EMS MOD tries to be as accurate and realistic as possible as it features realistic callouts and diagnoses
as well as treatments according to medical standards. Not only is the player able to take professional
medical care of his patients but to actively take actions like communicating with the dispatcher or
refilling equipment. A big list of features is already included in the mod and a few examples are listed as follows:
Realistic callouts, diagnoses and treatment methods
Random callouts throughout the city
Player controlled stretchers
Ambulance equipment like equipment bag, stretchers and ECG-kit
Active radio communication by answering callouts, reporting on scene or choosing transport destination
A partner who reacts on your commands
A total of 14 different stations in Liberty City from hospitals to fire stations
Police, ambulance & fire department support for various situations
Refill equipment bag
Mechanic to repair damaged ambulance vehicles and equipment