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Old 09-26-2012, 8:39 AM
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Hello, seems that in recent years many hospitals have started EMS based systems such as Hackensack, Holy Name, Englewood etc etc, I was wondering if we can start a running list here. The Meadowlands hospital as also started a hospital based EMS system. Thanks in advance for any info.
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Old 09-26-2012, 9:02 AM
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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...GpDcUZlZW5NSVE

some info here
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Making a Wiki in your state's section might make more sense.
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As more of these Hospital based BLS units are being placed into service I was reminded by an now "old Timer" of a Volunteer Ambulance Corp - that way back in the last century ~1982+ when the first Paramedic unit went into service from Hackensack Hosp the NJ First AId Councill opposed its operation as a transport ALS unit and kept the fight so Hackensack Hospital for over a year operated the unit as an 'experiment" within the City Of Hackensack; when it was settled that Paramedics would not be transporting the Vol Squads endores expanding the response area; why no protests from the FA District with these Hospitals taking calls in thier towns...
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Middlesex County:

Raritan Bay Medical Center in Perth Amboy:
Provides primary EMS coverage for the City of Perth Amboy 24/7.

JFK Medical Center in Edison:
Provides primary EMS coverage for the Borough of Metuchen Monday thru Sunday 5am-7pm (volunteers on off hours).
Provides backup EMS coverage for the City of Plainfield (Union Co.) seven days a week 7am-midnight.

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick:
Provides primary EMS coverage for the City of New Brunswick 24/7.
Provides primary EMS coverage for Piscataway Twp. weekdays only (volunteers on off hours).
Provides primary EMS coverage for Hamilton Twp. (Mercer County) 24/7.
Provides primary EMS coverage for Franklin Twp. (Somerset County) weekdays only (volunteers on off hours).

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Correction, JFK EMS provides primary coverage for the Borough of Metuchen Monday thru Saturday, not Sunday.
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The state has a "Public provider and vehicle report" available from MAV, BLS, MICU, SCTU, Air Medical Services Provider Application, Office of Emergency Medical Services, APPLICATION which is a little dated at the moment.
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Somerset County:

Somerset Medical Center
Primary BLS coverage M-F 6a-6p: Manville, Raritan, South Bound Brook, Bedminster Twp, Far Hills, Green Brook Twp.
Primary BLS coverage Sun-Sat 6:30a-7p: South Plainfield (Middlesex Co.)
Primary BLS coverage Tue-Thu 6a-6p: Branchburg Twp (volunteers for 2nd calls).
Secondary BLS coverage M-F 6a-7p: Somerville, Bridgewater Twp, Bound Brook, Dunellen (Middlesex Co.)
Primary bariatric transport unit countywide (1-to-2 units in service 24hrs/day).
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Burlington County: Lourdes Medical Center-Deborah: Pemberton Twp and Pemberton Boro. Lourdes Medical Center-Burlington County: Edgewater Pk. Lourdes also provides daytime coverage.Mon-Fri to Springfield Twp. Virtua provides daytime coverage to Southampton Twp.

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In Union County:

Atlantic Ambulance:
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

Monoc:
251 will offer transport on any ALS call where a volly BLS rig is unavailable.
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In Union County:

Atlantic Ambulance:
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

Monoc:
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
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Hackettstown Regional Medical Center EMS Cover's Mt. Olive during the day (6a to 6p?)
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Minor correction to the medic units

The medic Units for atlantic are all SUV's
Medic 1 - Mountainside (Town of, Union County)
Medic 2 - Summit
Medic 3 - Chatham - day time only unit
Medic 6 - East Hanover - Day time only unit
Medic 7 - Mountainside Hospital (Montclair, Essex County)
Medic 8 - Bloomfield
Medic 11 - Morristown
Medic 12 - Liberty Corner
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Just a few minor corrections/clarificationa


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The medic Units for atlantic are all SUV's
Medic 1 - Mountainside (Town of)
Medic 2 - Summit
Medic 3 - Chatham - day time only unit
Medic 6 - East Hanover - Day time only unit
Medic 7 - Mountainside Hospital (Montclair)
Medic 8 - Bloomfield
Medic 11 - Morristown
Medic 12 - Liberty Corner
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whoops, sorry about the double post
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no problem.

I know St. clares has some EMS and ALS units.
ALS
515 - Dover
517 - Hackettstown
512- Boonton
516 - Denville
I believe there are 1 or 2 als units in sussex county not sure of their radio designations

EMS -
Wharton 24 hours a day 7 days a week
Mt. Arlington 24 hours a day 7 days a week
Rockaway Twp mon -fri 6a-6p with 2 rigs
Randolph Mon - fri 6a-6p
Sussex County Floater
Roxbury - Back up Contract With St. Clares for calls that go 3rd request
2 Morris County Floaters.
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no problem.

I know St. clares has some EMS and ALS units.
ALS
515 - Dover
517 - Hackettstown
512- Boonton
516 - Denville
I believe there are 1 or 2 als units in sussex county not sure of their radio designations

EMS -
Wharton 24 hours a day 7 days a week
Mt. Arlington 24 hours a day 7 days a week
Rockaway Twp mon -fri 6a-6p with 2 rigs
Randolph Mon - fri 6a-6p
Sussex County Floater
Roxbury - Back up Contract With St. Clares for calls that go 3rd request
2 Morris County Floaters.
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