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    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!

    Protect yourself and your family today! Click here to subscribe.

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    Training Blitz 2021

    This year's training Blitz will be virtual 

    Stay tuned for upcoming class and registration information 

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  • Learn CPR and First Aid

    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.

    Click here to learn more.

  • Free Car Seat Checks 2

    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.  

    For more information click here

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Our Mission: To Preserve Life and Promote Health and Safety in our Community!

New Sewickley

We cover the south east area of New Sewickley. Coverage areas include from the Pa Turnpike south along Brunner Road and straight down New Sewickley to WoodCroft Road. You can click the View Larger Map at the lower left corner of the map to zoom in to see the specific areas we cover.

Seven Fields

Our coverage areas include Seven Fields. To view the map in closer detail, click View Larger Map at the bottom left corner of the map. This will enable you to zoom in and out and view the complete coverage area of Seven Fields Borough.

Maps - Coverage Areas

Our coverage areas include Cranberry Township, Seven Fields Borough and the south east portion of New Sewickley. Please see the maps below for each area to find more detailed information.

Cranberry Township

Our coverage areas include Cranberry Township. To view the map in closer detail, click View Larger Map at the bottom left corner of the map. This will enable you to zoom in and out and view the complete coverage area of Cranberry Township.

News & Annoucements

  • Now Hiring

    Executive Director Cranberry Township EMS

    Cranberry Township Pennsylvania 

     

    Cranberry Township Emergency Medical Service is accepting applications for the position of Chief and Executive Director. CTEMS serves the population of Southwestern Butler County, along with neighboring municipalities, and responds to approximately 4000 emergency and transport requests per year. The service is staffed by a combination of paid full-time, paid part-time, and volunteer providers. This position reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the administrative and operational work in overseeing the day-to-day operations of the organization through a combination of Deputy Director/Crew Chiefs and administrative personnel.

    The successful candidate will have extensive field experience at the ALS level. Additionally, the candidate should have documented experience in a supervisory role. A Bachelor's degree and/or advanced degree is preferred. Interested parties should send

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  • CTEMS Service Awards 2020

     Cranberry Township EMS annual Service Awards for 2020

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  • 2020 Pennsylvania EMS Agency of the Year

    Cranberry 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.

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