What's New at Susquehanna Township EMS!

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“New Drug Hazards in Pa”

While Pennsylvania has been in the ravages of a brutal Opioid epidemic, another problem has reared its ugly head, Again. Over the past months an increase in synthetic drug overdoses has spiked in several areas Read more…

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Flooding in Central PA – Warnings

7/25/2018 With continued rain and increased flooding predicted in the Central PA area, Water Rescue crews are out performing rescues and evacuations. With multiple roadways still underwater, it is important to remember to NOT drive Read more…

Always Here, Always Ready for You!

Since 1954 Susquehanna Township EMS has been serving our communities. Today STEMS provides Advanced and Basic Emergency Medical care to Susquehanna Township, Penbrook Borough and Paxtang Borough.
Emergency Medical Response

Emergency Medical Response

Our Paramedics and EMTs stand ready to respond to your medical emergency 24/7, 365 days a year.

Non-Emergency Transportation

Non-Emergency Transportation

STEMS Offers Wheelchair and BLS non-emergency tranports in the south central region. Call today to schedule!

CPR/AED and First Aid Training

CPR/AED and First Aid Training

STEMS can offer individual or large class CPR/AED and First Aid trainings. We provide classes from the American Heart Association and ECSI. Contact us to schedule your training!

What Our Patients Say!

Engaging, Professional and Incredible!"

Engaging, Professional and Incredible!"

MC

"Your providers were engaging, professional and absolutely incredible! They had patience and willingness to keep us informed of [his] treatment and care and his condition. They were very friendly and caring."

"Wonderfully Caring!"

"Wonderfully Caring!"

FG

[Your crew] was so wonderfully caring during [patients] transport. Thank you!!

"I've never had such good care!

"I've never had such good care!

JT

"Your crew came to our house, when I had fallen. I have never had such good care! They explained the whole process, and took great care of me! I'm now home again, and hope I never have to call 911 again, but if I do, I feel good knowing who's coming to help me!