Susquehanna Regional EMS is a cooperative, hospital-based, EMS system located in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.
We cover approximately 1200 square miles and provide service to 115,000 people. Our annual 911 call volume is approximately 11,000 calls annually and our non-emergency volume is approximately 7000 calls annually.
Our 911 services consist of two single-paramedic EMS Squads, three mobile intensive care units, and one Paramedic Platoon Chief. Routine transports are provided to the area via four wheelchair vans, one transport MICU, and three non-emergency ambulances. Billing services are provided to area ambulance services as well. Our staff consists of over 100 employees that include ACLS, PALS, & CPR education, paramedics, EMT’s, dispatchers, billing, and office staff.
We provide EMS coverage for many special events throughout the county. Our most notable event is the Little League World Series. We staff the first aid room and provide ambulance transports along with volunteer services from our region. The first aid room is noted for its efficiency and high level of care we are able to provide by having on site Medical Direction throughout the series.
In addition to 911 and non-emergency/emergency transfers, our staff are involved in many ways throughout the community:
- Williamsport Bureau of Police Special Response Team
- LTS Regional Council Ambulance Strike Team
- Special event coverage
- CPR & EMT training
- ACLS & PALS training
- Field preceptors for Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Paramedic School
- Emergency Preparedness Management at UPMC Williamsport
- Ambulance Billing and Coding
- Stop the Bleed Education
- North Central Task Force
- North Central Health and Medical Committee