Shippensburg Area Emergency Medical Services

traces its roots back to 1931. Present day we are

responding to over 3500 service calls a year, and covering over 250 square miles.

Shippensburg Area Emergency Medical Services

hosts/participates in multiple community events throughout the year. We also offer on-site committed standby units at community events and/or private events where EMS is needed

SAEMS is an organization that's mission statement is to provide the highest quality health care to our community. Please take the time to complete our patient satisfaction survey to ensure we are meeting our goals and mission.

 

Ambulance Subscription 

Shawn Hartsock

Chief


Beth Eiselman

Lieutenant


Connie McGill

Captain


Heather Franzoni

Captain


Kathy Ruth

Lieutenant


William Klusman

Lieutenant

Our training center

Protect you & your loved ones today by ensuring that your household has a paid membership.​ Businesses can protect their employees by ensuring a paid business membership. We have on-site billing & billing support. HIPAA information can also be found by clicking below.

quality assurance/patient satisfaction 

Shippensburg Area Emergency Medical Services is an accredited training center and offers multiple disciplines of trainings to EMS providers, healthcare providers, and the community. 


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Meet Our Management Team

Shippensburg Area EMS is always accepting applications for EMT-B, Advanced EMT, Paramedics, and Students

Employment & Student Opportunities 

Our History


Thank You Shippensburg! SAEMS has earned a top spot in the hands-only CPR competition. The competition went from July-Sept in preparation of kicking off Cumberland County's 4-Minute City initiative with Avive Solutions Inc. and The Peyton Walker Foundation. Our department trained over 150 of our community members in hands-only CPR.
Congratulations to everyone who helped make this competition a success! Our staff did an amazing job in making this possible!
Thank you to our other competition entries who also trained their community! Each person is a valuable asset in redirecting sudden cardiac arrest survival outcomes!
What a great challenge to build on! We plan to continue to challenge ourselves to get more of our Shippensburg Community trained. We hope to have 50% community involvement by 2024, and 75% by 2025.


For continued free hands on only CPR Email: training@sa-ems.org

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