Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service is committed to providing the most efficient, professional and courteous emergency medical service to the residents and visitors of the County of Gloucester.
We will provide assessment with dignity, comfort with support and treatment with compassion.
Setting the Standard in Service to the Community.
The Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service is the first county based EMS in the state of New Jersey, established September 30, 2007. We are a dedicated organization comprised of professionals with the highest standards for quality and excellence. We are committed to providing dependable, professional emergency medical service to all residents and visitors of Gloucester County.
We currently have a fleet of 23 ambulances and multiple support vehicles. We have 170 dedicated staff members responding from eleven EMS stations. Our twelve crews operate on a 24 hour 7 days a week basis with one power shift ,0800-2100 hours.
Clayton, Glassboro, Pitman, Mantua Twp., Elk Twp., Logan Twp., West Deptford Twp., Paulsboro, Swedesboro, East Greenwich Twp., Woolwich Twp.,and National Park, Greenwich Twp., South Harrison Twp., the City of Woodbury and Borough of Wenonah.
Gloucester County EMS adheres to the following values:
Commitment to Service
We will treat persons with illness and injury in our community with care and compassion, utilizing effective principles and practices of patient care, and we will strive for excellence through ongoing evaluation and quality improvement. We will be proactive in delivering the best care possible.
We will recognize the dignity of others and communicate with others in a respectful and appropriate manner.
We serve the taxpayers of Gloucester County with honesty, loyalty and dedication.
We are responsible for our actions, both positive and negative.
We will practice teamwork through communication and cooperation to achieve common goals. We will foster partnerships with other public safety agencies to deliver seamless care to our patients.
We will not discriminate against patients or personnel on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, political belief, military service, ability to pay, or any other legally protected characteristic.