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Emergency Medical Services
We Are Accepting Applications For Spring 2017 Admission thru February 1st
Stockton University Emergency Medical Services is a student run organization that provides emergency medical care to the students, faculty, and guests of the Stockton University.
We are a 100% student group and operate as a branch of Stockton Police Department. The squad is overseen by a program coordinator "Chief" as well as additional professional staff who serve in an advisory capacity, while day-to-day operations are handled by the Captain, his/her Lieutenant and 2 Sergeants.
We are a volunteer squad and do not charge for medical care. Made up of around 30 student members almost half of which are NJ Certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). Most of these EMTs are also firefighters or run on ambulance squads back in their hometowns, so the care received by Stockton EMS EMTs is the same as you would expect if you dialed 911 at home. Stockton EMTs are partnered with CPR certified non-EMT members who staff university sporting events, events with large gatherings, and events that have a high chance of injuries. We are also first respond to medical emergencies on campus and stabilize the patient until a transport ambulance arrives.
Stockton EMS is proud to be affiliated with the National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Foundation and Cooper Univeristy Hospital. As an organization we have access to the wide variety of expert knowledge and guidance which these agencies provide.
Program Coordinator (2011-2016) Joe Lizza, Sgt. (2015) Ross Clouser, Sgt. (2015) Nick Amos and Capt. (2015) Keval Patel at Fall 2015 Residential Move-In.
Who Can Join?
Any current student of Stockton University can join our squad. Any dedicated student regardless of experience or certification can join as long as they are willing to contribute to our squad and help the sick and injured of Stockton.
All members will be required to obtain a minimum professional rescuer CPR certification and basic first aid before they are allowed to sign up for shifts or respond to emergencies. In addition members must pass an in-house driving training program and have a valid Driver’s license on file before they can drive squad vehicles.
How To Join?
Please print, fill out, and deliver this application to Campus Police - Disptacher on Duty, Building 71. Include a photocopy of your driver’s license, EMT card, and CPR card if applicable. The Squad membership committee will review your application, a background check will be conducted, and you will be contacted via email when the next orientation meeting will be held. Also please familiarize yourself with our SOG’s and Bylaws.
Meeting & Training Dates w/ Topics
|Tue, Jan. 24||7:30pm-11:00pm||Campus Ctr. Mtg. Room 5||Pediatric Seizures||2.0 CEU|
|Tue, Feb. 21||7:30pm-11:00pm||Campus Ctr. Mtg. Room 5||Traumatic Brain Injury - Pre Hospital Mgt.||3.0 CEU|
|Tue, Mar. 21||7:30pm-11:00pm||Campus Ctr. Mtg. Room 5||Trauma Assessment||2.0 CEU|
|Tue, Apr. 18||7:30pm-11:00pm||Campus Ctr. Mtg. Room 5||Cardiac Emergencies||2.0 CEU|
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