The 2021 Subscription Campaign starts November 1st!
Your paid subscription will help us continue to protect you and your loved ones - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in Cranberry Township, Seven Fields Borough and parts of New Sewickley Township. Your paid subscription can also save you money as it takes the place of any co-payments and deductibles that your insurance company may require you to pay!
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Workplace Infectious Disease Analysis
Helps businesses ensure they are following the most up-to-date local, Department of Health, and CDC recommendations.
Multiple plan levels to fit your business' needs
CPR & First Aid Training
Cranberry Township EMS offers classes for CPR and First Aid Training, both for the public and for organizations in our service area.
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90% of car seats are misused or improperly installed
Let our certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians help you protect your precious cargo with a car seat safety inspection check.
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CTEMS obtains Gold Award for Chest Pain Care.
CTEMS is one of 77 EMS agencies in the Commonwealth and one out of 615 nationally to achieve recognition for treatment and care of Chest Pain and Myocardial Infarction (Heart Attack) patients. The American Heart Association/American College of Cardiology, has developed a series of protocols to help EMS providers quickly identify heart attack patients, notify a nearby medical center, and trigger an early response from hospital personnel.
Our Mission: To Preserve Life and Promote Health and Safety in our Community!
Proudly Serving Our Community for Over 50 Years
In the fifty-plus years of service, Cranberry Township Emergency Medical Services has emerged as a full-time, independent, professionally staffed nonprofit organization financed by a combination of insurance, direct patient billing, and charitable donations. CTEMS provides emergency medical care and transport to the communities of Cranberry Township, Seven Fields, and parts of New Sewickley.
Here to "answer the call" 24 hours a day 365 days of the year.
We are ever-ready to respond to emergency 911 calls, disasters, weapons of mass destruction attacks, and any other emergency endangering human life, but to meet our mission to preserve life and promote health and safety in our community; we offer many other services.
911 Emergency Medical care and transportation
Non-emergency medically necessary ambulance transportation
CPR Training for both Healthcare Providers and community members
Safe Landings (for new and expectant parents)
Educational tours for groups
Mass gatherings event medical coverage
IPMBA certified EMS Bike Team
To completely meet our mission and continue our emergency services, we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses for assistance. Without the financial support of residents and business leaders, your EMS service may be unable to provide the most up-to-date, life-sustaining care an individual would want for themselves or their family members.
We take great pride in providing outstanding customer service, excellent patient care, and safe transportation to the hospital because we care about our community.
***All community programs and public training have resumed following CDC and PADOH guidance.***
Take a 3D virtual tour of our station
News & Annoucements
2020 Pennsylvania EMS Agency of the YearCranberry Township PA 9/15/2020 It is with great pride and humility that Cranberry Township EMS (CTEMS) is announcing that we have been named the “2020 Pennsylvania EMS Agency of the Year” in the Small Volume Division (<5000 calls)” by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Bureau of EMS and the Pennsylvania Emergency Health Services Council. This award is a direct reflection of our dedicated personnel who work tirelessly day in and day out to provide the best prehospital emergency medical care possible and CTEMS’ commitment to helping keep our communities safe. There are over 1200 EMS Agencies in PA, and it is an honor and a privilege that the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Bureau of EMS, and the Pennsylvania Emergency Health Services Council have deemed Cranberry Township EMS the best small volume EMS agency for 2020! What makes Cranberry Township EMS a step above the rest is not only our Emergency and Non-Emergency Response and treatment, but our Community Outreach, EMS Education, and Preparedness. In 2019, CTEMS answered 4012 calls for service serving the communities of Cranberry Township, Seven Fields Boro, and New Sewickley Township in southwest Butler and East-Central Beaver County. Beyond responding to medical calls, we also proud of our robust community outreach. In 2019 CTEMS trained 382 people in CPR, helped parents/caregivers properly install and use their child safety seat through 259 Car Seat checks, performed 32 Safe Landings visits (which is one of the only Community Medicine Pediatric programs in the country), and attended 102 Community Events that touched over 5300 people in our local communities. It was a busy year for CTEMS on all fronts, however, highlight was on November 9th of 2019 when as part of our annual Save a Life Saturday, we held a survivor’s reunion with not one, not two, but three survivors of Cardiac Arrest in our communities. EMS is rough, the hours are long, the pay is terrible, but the chance to reunite and know you made a difference in not only these gentlemen’s lives but their families as well makes the job worth it. Cranberry Township EMS epitomizes what an EMS agency should be, an integral part of our community’s health and safety, not just taking people to the hospital.
Capital Campaign 2020 Thank You
CTEMS would like to thank everyone who has supported us in our 2020 Capital Campaign. It is only through the generous donations from our community that CTEMS can fulfill our mission and provide the best emergency medical care to our patients. Every dollar helps.
We would like to acknowledge the following individuals who have donated at our bronze level or above.
Andrew & Jeannette Drake
Daniel & Cathy Dillon
Mary Linda Gill
Bruce & Karen Hezlep
David & Mary Kelly
Tom & Barb McCarthy
Kimberly & Joesph O'Brien
Barry & Dianne Rotz
Michele & Jim Skubak
Nancy Mantz & Cindy Tananis
Mr & Mrs. William Heil
Workplace Infectious Disease Analysis
Cranberry Township Emergency Medical Services is pleased to announce a new program that facilitates the reopening of your business, focusing on safety. The Workplace Infectious Disease Analysis offers three tiers of consultation.
The Basic Plan provides an industry-specific workplace analysis. Our knowledgable technicians will evaluate your day to day operations and the steps your business has taken to keep staff and visitors safe. We will provide you with an overview of changes, potential implementations, and timelines for these changes based on the CDC and PA Department of Health guidelines. The basic plan offers four hours of consultation.
The Intermediate Plan provides the Basic Plan elements, plus it will provide forms to use for wellness screenings. Additionally, your team will learn how to conduct these wellness screenings. Recommendations use the CDC and PA Department of Health guidelines. The intermediate plan offers eight hours of consultation.
The Advanced Plan provides benefits and information from both lower plans. This tier also provides your organization with in-depth safety recommendations using guidelines from the CDC among other agencies. We will also provide your staff wellness screening during shift change as well as train your staff on how to conduct these screenings. The advanced plan offers twelve hours of consultation.
Contact us today to help excel your business and steer you through these uncertain times. We can discuss pricing and answer any questions you may have. We look forward to aiding you to promote health and safety within your workplace.