A crew of Emergency Medical Technicians stands ready to respond to any on-campus medical emergency every night at a minimum between 7:00 PM and 7:00 AM. The EMS station is located in the Appel Infirmary.
On weekends (Friday and Saturday), F&M EMS has two state certified QRS (Quick Response Service) units available to serve the campus and surrounding community. One unit is staffed by a duty officer, one of our highest ranking clinical members, in the truck. The second unit goes to calls on bikes and is staffed by a crew chief, and at least two other members.
On weeknights (Sunday through Thursday), we have one unit in service that is staffed by a duty officer and at least one other member, responding to calls in the truck.
We can be contacted in an emergency situation by either calling 911 or the Department of Public Safety at (717)-291-3939. If you wish to contact us about a non-emergency issue, e-mail us at .
We provide standby coverage for sporting events and other activities that draw a large crowd or have potential for injury. These may include, but are not limited to: eating contests, powderpuff football, guest speakers, concerts, and alumni events. We also provide standby services for varsity, club, and intramural sports, such as rugby, lacrosse, track, and football (both practices and games). If you would like to request a standby for your event please . Please include the date and time of the event and your anticpated needs. See the standby services section for more information and the application form!
EMS is responsible for the upkeep of all on-campus Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs). There are currently over 35 AEDs spread out across the campus. Please take notice of the AEDs on campus so you can help save a life in an emergency!