Elizabethtown-Lewis Emergency Squad, Inc

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FEMA Grant

Posted by EtownLewis EMS on May 11, 2017 at 8:15 AM Comments comments (1)





ANNOUNCEMENT


The Elizabethtown-Lewis Emergency Squad Inc. has been awarded $72,482.00 from FEMA as part of the 2016 Assistance to Firefighter Grant.  

Susan Merrell - North Country R...

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Ambulance Stretcher

Posted by EtownLewis EMS on September 22, 2015 at 4:00 PM Comments comments (0)

The Emergency Squad is looking for your help!  Our, stretchers are tired and need to be replaced.  The current stretchers are over 20 years old and manually operated. 

Ferno Washington is a stretcher manufacturer specializing in both manual and power operated stretchers .  FW developed a new stretcher in 2014 called the INjX.  The INjX Stretcher is a battery operated power stretcher designed with innovative features and stability to help the provi...

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High School Students (16 years and older)

Posted by EtownLewis EMS on July 10, 2013 at 2:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Did, you know the Elizabethtown Lewis Emergency Squad offers a Junior Member program.  Junior members can join the department initially as Attendants.  They become CPR certified and some become have even gone on to become NYS Certified First Responders and certified NYS EMTs.  As, a member the training cost is free!  You can obtain more information by stopping at our station between 8am and 4pm Monday - Friday or email us at

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Learn (Hands only CPR)

Posted by EtownLewis EMS on January 6, 2013 at 2:20 AM Comments comments (1)

Everyone should know how to do Hands on CPR.   Did, you know it's as easy as Check (Look, Listen, and Feel), Call ( 911 ), and Compress (The Chest).  CPR is the critical link in the chain of survival.  Hands on CPR (Chest Compressions ONLY) has proven to save many lives.  Call us or stop by today and sign up for a free class!

Sorry, CPR cards are not offered for this class - class time last 20 minutes from start to finish!

 

 

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