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      2018 Memberships Now Available

Enjoy piece of mind for you and your loved ones. Purchase your 2018 membership online today and recieve the benefits of mebership for the rest of 2017 and ALL of 2018. Some benefits of membership include:

During TRUE emergencies , Southern Berks will accept payment from insurance

companies as payment in full. The member will incur no out-of-pocket expenses after submission to the insurance company unless it’s deemed as not medically necessary.

Discounted transportation using our Wheelchair service.

                                                                        Read more and puchase your membership online....

          2017 Fund Drive

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

 Southern Berks Regional EMS is a non-profit charitable corporation providing 24 hour emergency medical services to nine municipalities in Berks County. Last year, we responded to over 5,800 emergency calls, averaging quick response time under seven minutes. 

In addition, because of our crews’ ability to provide life saving services, we qualified for 2017 Mission: Lifeline® EMS Gold Performance Achievement Award.  This award is given by the American Heart Association to recognize those EMS companies that achieve the highest standards in identifying and treating acute cardiac arrests. Notably this is our third such award.

 Donations from the community are critical in helping us purchase the equipment needed to provide these life saving skills. Last year, we were able to purchase two new ambulances, replacing two of older units at a cost of $140,000 each.  We also were able to upgrade our cardiac monitors to a newer and more capable model enabling us to continue our excellent record in cardiac care.  Despite these improvements we still are looking to improve our fleet and equipment again this year. Our organization continues to rely on your donations to help finance our operations.  You can also be assured that 100% of your donation goes directly into our operations.

                                                                               Read more and make an online donation.........

      Veterans Day Thank You

“Never was so much owed by so many to so few” ~Winston Churchill

This Veteran’s Day, the staff at SBREMS would like to extend sincere appreciation to all the members of our military who have fought for our freedom. We would especially like to give a shout out to each member of our company who have served:

Malcolm Cole, Executive director
Adam Frymoyer, PHRN
Ed Cunningham, Paramedic
Rob Schaeffer, Paramedic
Corey Doyle, Paramedic
Dennis Szweda, Paramedic
Brian Dragan, EMT
Mark Wenrich, EMT
Gary Jordan, EMT
Maria Tornielli, EMT
Jaime Tirado, Paratransit Driver

We are keenly aware that freedom is never free, and so we would like to say THANK YOU to each and every one for the sacrifices that were made for our freedom. We live in the land of the free, because of the brave!

2016 Make-A-Wish Convoy

Paramedic Jean Ebersole and EMT Rosene Ringler had the privilege of taking Medic 10 to the Mother's Day Make-A-Wish convoy in Lancaster County. The Make-A-Wish Foundation uses the convoy to raise money to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. The lights, sirens, and air horn were great crowd pleasers!

Daniel Boone Relay for Life
Southern Berks Regional EMS donated Advanced Life Support Ambulance stand-by services for the 24 hour Daniel Boone Relay for Life fundraiser.

Greater Mifflin Community Days
Southern Berks Regional EMS will provide ambulance stand-by services and staffing for a medical first aid tent at this year's Greater Mifflin Community Days. Stop by the first aid tent and say "Hello" to our staff.

2017 Misslion Lifeline Gold Award

Reading, Pa, May 13, 2017 - Southern Berks Regional EMS has received the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® EMS Gold Award for implementing quality improvement measures for the treatment of patients who experience severe heart attacks.

Every year, more than 250,000 people experience an ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) the most deadly type of heart attack caused by a blockage of blood flow to the heart that requires timely treatment. To prevent death, it’s critical to restore blood flow as quickly as possible, either by mechanically opening the blocked vessel or by providing clot-busting medication.

Unfortunately, a significant number of STEMI patients don't receive this prompt reperfusion therapy, which is critical in restoring blood flow. Mission: Lifeline seeks to save lives by closing the gaps that separate these patients from timely access to appropriate treatments. Mission: Lifeline’s EMS recognition program recognizes emergency medical services for their efforts in improving systems of care and improving the quality of life for these patients. More.........

2016 Healthsouth Safety Expo
Representatives of Southern Berks Regional EMS, the Cumru Township Fire Department,  and the Cumru Township Police Department spent several hours this morning at the Healthsouth Reading Rehab annual safety expo. We shared information about cardiac and stroke awareness, fire prevention, and other safety concerns.
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