62 Lusk St, Johnson City NY 13790
Office hours by appointment.
Phone: 607-634-4131 Fax: 607-634-4183
The Susquehanna Regional EMS Council, Inc. (SREMS) was empowered in 1993 by the Susquehanna Regional EMS Council to incorporate as a 501c3 Not-for Profit corporation and authorized the same year, by the New York State Department of Health; Bureau of EMS to provide contracted coordination of the Emergency Medical Services programs within Broome, Tioga and [...]
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The 2013 EMS Week Mall Show is happening right now! Ambulances, emergency response vehicles and off-road gators are on display at the Oakdale Mall in Johnson City, NY. Information, recruitment and demonstrations will take place Friday 5/24 and Saturday 5/25. Members of the community are encouraged to visit and learn about the EMS agencies [...]
NYS – Certified Instructor Coordinator Course June 7th-9th 2013 Course Sponsor: Susquehanna Regional EMS Council, Inc. Dates: Friday 6/7: 6p-10p Saturday 6/8: 8a-5:30p Sunday 6/9: 8a-5:00p Location: Broome County Public Safety Facility Prerequisites: -NYS Certified (EMT-B or higher) -NYS CLI or CIC -Active provider at an EMS agency REGISTRATION REQUIRED Please register online by [...]
EMS positions are frequently available for both compensated EMS and volunteer. Contact your local volunteer agency or the SREMS program agency for volunteer ideas and guidance. Visit our listing of EMS jobs to see some currently advertised compensated openings.
This is the newest revision of our website. We have updated both the design and structure of the site for aesthetic and functional purposes. Over the past several months there have been many changes throughout the Region, and this site change is a reflection of the transition.