Madison Emergency Medical Services

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Madison EMS News


The File of Life

Welcome to Madison Emergency Medical Services

Now Accepting Applications for the
Position of Full Time EMT

Applications will be accepted until 5:00PM, Friday, 8 April 2016.  For more information and application materials, visit our careers page.

Upcoming Courses Presented by Madison EMS

American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR classes are available.  The course will cover Adult, Child and Infant CPR, AED and Choking.  The cost of the CPR class is $75 per person and is four hours long.  If you are interested in any of the courses Madison EMS offers please submit an application here or call the station at (203) 245-9821. More information regarding the courses offered is available from our course catalog or by calling (203) 245-9821.

Madison EMS Recent Achievements

  • May 18, 2015   Members of Madison EMS, Madison Hose Co No1 and North Madison Volunteer Fire Company were recently recognized and awarded Unit Citations by Yale-New Haven Sponsor Hospital for their exceptional and professional effort during two different cardiac arrests, resulting in the preservation of the quality of life for two different town residents.  The Madison EMS members are:  Steve Dillman, Michael Gonsalves, Lindsay Nelson, Chris Steines, Coby Serfass, Michael Nieliwocki, Jesse Gulick, Andrew D'Agostino, Chris Bernier and Amanda Bernier.
  • Madison EMS recently renewed our community's "HeartSAFE Community" designation for the Town of Madison in March of 2014.  This three year re-designation recognizes the community's continued commitment to provide improved cardiac response and care to the residents utilizing the "Chain of Survival" of early 9-1-1 access, early cardiopulmonary resuscitation, rapid defibrillation, effective advanced life support and integrated post-cardiac arrest care.  A strong Chain of Survival can improve chances of survival and recovery for victims of heart attack, stroke and other emergencies.
  • 2011 FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) award for the purchase of two Lifepak 15 cardiac monitors.