Only if its the career crew, which includes a paramedic and EMT. Thankfully a agreement was made with St. Marys County a few months back, not to always ask for the ALS unit from Hughesville when it was a BLS call (sick person, a fall, tummy ache etc.). They were abusing the system, it would take a Advanced Life Support Unit (ALS) away from the Hughesville, Benedict, Gallent Green and Dentsville area for a extended period of time. That would make the ALS units from Waldorf and LaPlata have to cover the entire eastern side of Charles County.
Mechcanicsville has vastly improved in the past 6 months or so, especially in daytime calls getting out and responding to calls and not relying on Charles County.
The ALS unit from Hughesville will still respond to St. Marys if its a life threating call (chest pains, trouble breathing, stroke) and the medic unit from St. Marys is not in service or on another call or out of position like in Ridge or Piney Point or some other far away place from Mechcanicsville.