Saturday, August 13th, 2022
Come on down and join us for Lunch in the Holler. Saturday August 13th 11am to 2pm. We will have hamburgers, hot dogs, pulled pork, chips and soda. Come support your local EMS station and get a goo...
Sunday, July 31st, 2022
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Medic 535 responded to a call for a motor vehicle accident on 83 with other stations from Maryland and New Freedom and Shrewsbury.
Saturday, July 23rd, 2022
Saturday July 23rd is this Saturday but we will be at Grauls. Not only pit beef but pit ham and pit turkey too! 11am to 2pm or until we sell out (which happened last month) so come early if you can.
Monday, July 4th, 2022
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Our volunteers will be staffing the ATV on the NCR today. Say hi if you see us! Updated: What a beautiful day! 3 of our members drove the ATV up the NCR trail to Bentley and back. No medical assis...
Training

Even though we might be just Volunteers, We have to go through and do the same training that the Career Personnel have to do. We have access to a wide veriety of trainings that we can complete. Below are some essential classes that are offered to us and the time required to complete.

Any Training with a (*) by the name is Required by most Volunteer Stations for Active Membership.

Emergency Medical Technician Basic, 160 Hours
The objective of this course is to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to perform emergency medical care in a pre-hospital environment at the basic life support level.

*Hazardous Materials Operations*, 24 Hours
The objective of this course is to provide the student with the knowledge and skills to perform hazardous materials first response.

Rescue Technician - Vehicle and Machinery Extrication, 27 Hours
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will perform specific rescue skills applicable to common passenger vehicles and simple small machines (Level I) as well as rescue skills applicable to commercial or heavy vehicles, incidents involving complex extrication processes or multiple uncommon concurrent hazards, and incidents involving heavy machinery or more than digital entrapment (Level II).

*CPR* (Cardio Pulmonary Resucitation), 6 Hours
Upon Seccessful completion of the course, the student will be able to provide successful and adequet CPR. Students will learn how to clear, and maintain the patients airway in an effort to sustain life untill the arrival of EMS.

*Bloodborne Pathogens*, 3 Hours
Successful completetion of this course will ensure crew saftey when dealing with patients with different diseases such as HIV, Hepatitis.

Paramedic, 1100 Hours (Without Clinicals)
The objective of this course is to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to perform emergency medical care in a pre-hospital environment at the advanced life support level.


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