Join our team of professional VOLUNTEERS and assist us in our mission of saving lives. Apply for membership today!
Aside from prehospital emergency medicine, you may be surprised to learn that Lanoka Harbor EMS also provides the following services to our community:
Supporting our community with low-cost training programs such as CPR, First Aid and more.
Come see us at any of the many township-sponsored events, such as: Lacey Day, and the annual 4th of July celebration.
As part of the New Jersey EMS Task Force, we may be called upon at any time to provide assistance to any part of the state, region or country.
College-bound students entering the medical field are eligible for one of several scholarship opportunities.
Frequent exercises with the township’s other emergency service agencies ensures interoperability during emergency situations.
We ensure that all of our members receive training on the latest tools and methodologies to deliver the highest quality care to our patients.
Become A Community Service Provider
You, too, can provide these services to your fellow residents. Apply is as easy as filling out a short application.
Our membership is comprised of local residents who donate their time and energy in order to help provide emergent care to visitors and residents of the community.
Lanoka Harbor EMS has been operating since 1979, and is a registered 501(c)(3) non profit organization. Any donations made to LHEMS are 100% tax deductible.
As of February 2018, Lanoka Harbor EMS has responded to 160 calls for assistance and transported approximately 104 patients to area hospitals.
The volunteer members of Lanoka Harbor Emergency Medical Services who transported me were very professional, kind, and compassionate. They helped me through a very difficult time, and I will always be grateful for that.
I never thought I would need to call 9-1-1, let alone for myself. It was a very scary situation. Thankfully, your members arrived and were extremely comforting during their assessment and transport to the hospital.
When I called the ambulance for my daughter, I was thankful your ambulance came so quickly. We found out she was allergic to peanuts and now we keep an epipen with her at all times. I can't say "thank you" enough!
This was the first time I've had any experience with an ambulance. Your members calmed me, and took very good care of my wife, who rode with me to the hospital. Your volunteers are great. Thank you so much for your help.