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Old 04-19-2012, 7:19 PM
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REMCS is Regional Emergency Medical Dispatch System, UMDNJ's EMS and Medevac dispatch service which is dispatch BLS and ALS in and around Newark, Irvington FD, and is used by the NJSP and outside agencies to dispatch Medevac units in New Jersey.

To listen to Medevac in NJ you need to tune into the NJSP TRS on TG 26800 for South Jersey and TG 26832 for North Jersey. In Atlantic's case, they also communicate with their operations center Cencom on their own frequencies...which I don't have in front of me at the moment.
Thanks W2MJR!! I have both of them in my system But I live about 3 miles from The greenwood lake air port...I can here the chopper taking off but I never hear anything on the scanner???? That must be why. There own Freqs....
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All of the NJ Medevacs are dispatched through REMCS dispatch which is on the NJSP trunked system. Air One, Two, and recently I have heard Hackensack 1 talk to Cencom on 463.175, DSC156
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...and recently I have heard Hackensack 1 talk to Cencom on 463.175, DSC156
My understanding though is that Hackensack Airmed 1 is not an emergency response unit at this time. It's interfacility transport only. Or is this incorrect?
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I have heard Hackensack dispatched to on scene trauma's.
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I have heard Hackensack dispatched to on scene trauma's.
What are you hearing them on????? They left today in a hurry and I did not hear anything???
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I have heard Hackensack dispatched to on scene trauma's.
Cool, thanks for the correction John. Guess I'll have to tell my Capt to add them to the ALS/Medevac menu in the comp then.
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Anyone have a Freq ???? for air 1??
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Correct, they're legally owned by PHI Inc. out of Lafayette, Louisiana. My poor choice of words. But my understanding was that MONOC during the Cencom purge "purchased" the operating agreement for one of the ships, thereby transfering it from being Atlantic Air # to Monoc #.

And FYI since mentioned above, Cencom is still closing, but due to the chaos it's sudden imminent death created for the municipalities with whom it had contracted, they're stringing it out to make for an easier transition.
Is this information still based off of what the NJSFAC has released. It couldn't be further from the truth that Atlantic would give over any of the air medical services to MONOC. I do believe that there may have been an agreement between Atlantic and MONOC that Atlantic would go with them for dispatching if MONOC would put down their Air Medical Program. Just a rumor that had been circulated around.

The dispatching was not a done deal to go with MONOC. A vender for dispatching had never been chosen despite what was put up on the MONOC website or released on 1st responder news. With Air 3 being in Vernon it also allows Atlantic to keep their commitment to Sussex County with the purchase of Newton Medical Center and with the expansion into Pike County PA.

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Is this information still based off of what the NJSFAC has released.
Affirmative. Unfortunately at the time of the post that's all I had to go by, and the sources that were citing to us seemed legit enough. Based on recent unfoldings and the information I've gotten through the County, and now the state having stepped into the Cencom mess, it's obvious they're not in the same ballpark. I appreciate the update.

If I understand things correctly now with the information I have in front of me, it would seem Atlantic is going to continue to dispatch their own Atlantic Ambulance assets?
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Heard Monoc call Atlantic AirOne on Atlantic Medevac dispatch this morning and told them to, "switch over to the MotoTRBO radio for a quick test". Anyone know anything about this?
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My guess would be that we will no longer be able to monitor the Atlantic ships (except on the NJSP system).
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REMCS will still dispatch the ships, what you won't hear are the patient reports.
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REMCS will still dispatch the ships, what you won't hear are the patient reports.
So air ops for Monoc/Atlantic will indeed now be MotoTRBO? Anyone know the frequency?
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It sounds like the Atlantic ships are talking to MONOC on the CenCom Air Ops channel so maybe we will still be able to monitor, for now.
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That is because CENCOM is reopened. MMONOC once again bit off more than it can chew and is staffing CENCOM with MONOC personnel because they did not do thomework and have had nothing but failures. CENCOM has reopened how many times now. LOL
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