Originally Posted by RadioDitch
In Union County:
Primary BLS: 6:30am-6:30pm Mountainside (EMS-8)
2nd Due BLS: 6:30am-6:30pm Hillside (EMS-9), Westfield (EMS-8), Mountainside (EMS-10)
4th Due/4th Option M/A BLS: 5am-7pm Garwood (EMS-9), Cranford (EMS-8)
JFK Medical Center:
2nd Due BLS: 7am-12m Plainfield
4th Due BLS: 7am-12m Scotch Plains
251 will offer transport on any ALS call where a volly BLS rig is unavailable.
Im not trying to step on anyone just trying to clarify some info on atlantic as knowing that they geographically relocate their units through out the shift and union county seems to have a lot of overlapping on contracts for BLS EMS.
Atlantic units are actually as follows:
EMS 3 - Sussex County Floater and Newton primary 6a-6p 7days a week.
EMS 4 - Sussex County Floater 6p-6a 7nights a week
EMS 6 - East Hanover Mon-fri 6a-6p
EMS 7 - Fairfield Mon - fri 6a-6p
EMS 8 - Mountainside & Watchung Mon - Fri 6a-6p and Providing Response for Psych Calls in Plainfield as well as back up to the other atlantic units in Union County
EMS 9 - Union County Floater 9a-9p mon - fri and provides back up for EMS 8 and EMS 10 and if need be EMS 6 and EMS 7.
EMS 10 - Watchung & Warren Twp. Mon - Fri 6a-6p and also provides response for psych calls in plainfield as well as EMS 9.
The medic Units for atlantic are all SUV's
Medic 1 - mountainside
Medic 2 - Summit
Medic 3 - Chatham - day time only unit
Medic 6 - East Hanover - Day time only unit
Medic 7 - Mountainside
Medic 8 - Bloomfield
Medic 11 - Morristown
Medic 12 - Liberty Corner
All Atlantic units are now dispatched by MONOC