Tuesday, October 11th, 2022
Our annual fund drive is underway. If you have not received the letter, you can stop by our station to pick one up. We also can get one mailed out to you.
Friday, September 16th, 2022
This October, during Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month, the non-profit PulsePoint Foundation is rewarding communities for identifying and registering AEDs. Each AED registered from October ...
Monday, July 25th, 2022
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Medic 336-2 was dispatched to a vehicle accident with injuries at Skippack Pike and Legat Lane on Sunday afternoon. Chief 336 arrived on location and reported a working field fire with a telephone po...
Thursday, July 14th, 2022
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We want to thank Skippack Pharmacy for their donation of water, it is greatly appreciated!
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Cardiac Survivor Thank You Event
SEMS hosted a special event coordinated by cardiac arrest survivor James (Pat) Beiter on Valentines Day, February 14, 2017. While playing a basketball game in December 2016 at a local church, Beiter went into sudden cardiac arrest. Beiter benefited from immediate CPR from his team mates and others at attendance at the game, and a quick response from the volunteers at Skippack Fire Company, Officers from Skippack Ambulance and providers from Lower Providence Ambulance. Beiter coordinated the event with SEMS and assembled most of the people responsible for providing CPR, from his buddies and teammates to first responders. In his presentation, Beiter provided statistics on how he beat the odds, and offered a heartfelt thanks to those who enabled him to enjoy a future with his loving family and friends. He also spoke of the importance of CPR training, and AED availability in churches and businesses. Beiter and his family provided pizza and refreshments after the presentation. Everyone at SEMS thanks Mr. Beiter and his family for coordinating such a special event, and we wish the Beiter's all the best in the years to come!
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