Delmar-Bethlehem EMS responds to more than 3,300 calls for medical assistance each year and works in partnership with the Albany County Sheriff’s Office. In 2015 our Volunteers put in 16,513 scheduled volunteer hours. This does not take into account unscheduled 3rd, 4th, and 5th calls nor all of the administrative time put in.
We offer many benefits to our Volunteers including:
- Uniform – EMS Pants, duty shirt, boots, and jacket for active, riding members
- Ongoing Training
- Rewards Program – earn points for each hour volunteered and other events
- Pager – provided to all active, riding members
- Living Quarters – Both stations have comfortable accommodations for crews during their shift
New volunteers are always welcome. We hold new member information meetings four times a year, once per quarter, which is the first step in the process to becoming a member of Delmar-Bethlehem EMS.
If you want to become an EMT (or are already) and can dedicate from 6 to 12 hours per week to being available for emergencies please fill out our form below and someone will get back to you shortly.