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Shandaken Ambulance Awarded As Ulster County and Regional EMS Agency of The Year EMS WEEK 2012 Stayin’ Alive columnist (and Shandaken Ambulance Service captain) Rich Muellerleile properly geared up for a spin around town with local bike blogger Mike Wentland. SHANDAKEN AMBULANCE WINS ULSTER COUNTY EMS AGENCY OF THE YEAR! HAPPY 2011 FROM SHANDAKEN AMBULANCE!
 

A YEAR IN REVIEW – NOTES FROM THE CHIEF

A YEAR IN REVIEW – NOTES FROM THE CHIEF With 473 calls answered and far more than half receiving an Ambulance under the Gold Standard of eight minutes and fifty nine seconds set by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services, The Town of Shandaken Ambulance Service yet again delivered a standard of care to [...]

Shandaken Ambulance Awarded As Ulster County and Regional EMS Agency of The Year

Shandaken Ambulance has been awarded 2011 EMS Agency of The Year by the Ulster County Ambulance Association and EMS council for accomplishments in the year 2011, as well as overall accomplishment in the past years. With the regional honors, Shandaken is eligble for a statewide award in October. Read more here: http://www.watershedpost.com/2012/shandaken-ambulance-unit-statewide-ems-award

EMS WEEK 2012

In 1973 the US congress authorized the Emergency Medical Services (EMSS Act).  In 1974, President Gerald R. Ford signed this bill and appointed David R. Boyd as the director of the Division of Emergency Medical Services (DEMSS), Public Health Services, Department of Health, Education and Welfare.  David R. Boyd then convinced President Ford to proclaim [...]

Stayin’ Alive columnist (and Shandaken Ambulance Service captain) Rich Muellerleile properly geared up for a spin around town with local bike blogger Mike Wentland.

http://www.watershedpost.com/2012/stayin-alive-rules-road Stayin’ Alive columnist (and Shandaken Ambulance Service captain) Rich Muellerleile properly geared up for a spin around town with local bike blogger Mike Wentland.  

SHANDAKEN AMBULANCE WINS ULSTER COUNTY EMS AGENCY OF THE YEAR!

On May 20, 2009 The Town of Shandaken Ambulance service was the recipient of the Ulster County Ambulance Association EMS agency of the year award for outstanding accomplishments made by the squad in the 2008 year. This award is given yearly by the Ambulance Association to an agency which strives for consistency in EMS excellence [...]

HAPPY 2011 FROM SHANDAKEN AMBULANCE!

Setting the bar higher has seemingly become commonplace for the Ambulance Squad as 2010 was more incredible than ever. It was a busy year for the Ambulance Service as we saw a 10% increase in call volume with 499 calls answered and over 40% receiving an Ambulance under the Gold Standard of eight minutes and [...]

A YEAR IN REVIEW – NOTES FROM THE CHIEF

14 April 2013

A YEAR IN REVIEW – NOTES FROM THE CHIEF With 473 calls answered and far more than half receiving an Ambulance under the Gold Standard of eight minutes and fifty nine seconds set by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services, The Town of Shandaken Ambulance Service yet again delivered a standard of care to [...]

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**Shandaken Has Declared a State of Emergency**

28 October 2012

  Shandaken declares state of emergency Tweet By Lissa Harris 10/28/12 – 3:14 pm The Town of Shandaken has declared a state of emergency due to the threat of Hurricane Sandy, effective at noon on Sunday. Town supervisor Rob Stanley told the Watershed Post that a formal emergency declaration would allow the town to prepare [...]

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Hurricane Sandy Information

18 September 2012

***Hurricane Sandy*** The potential for severe weather associated with Hurricane Sandy that could impact the Mid Hudson Valley next week. The town of Shandaken suffered heavy flooding and widespread communication and power outages during the 2011 Irene floods. With Sandy bearing down on the region, the town has a simple message for its citizens: If [...]

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Shandaken Ambulance Awarded As Ulster County and Regional EMS Agency of The Year

11 June 2012

Shandaken Ambulance has been awarded 2011 EMS Agency of The Year by the Ulster County Ambulance Association and EMS council for accomplishments in the year 2011, as well as overall accomplishment in the past years. With the regional honors, Shandaken is eligble for a statewide award in October. Read more here: http://www.watershedpost.com/2012/shandaken-ambulance-unit-statewide-ems-award

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EMS WEEK 2012

08 May 2012

In 1973 the US congress authorized the Emergency Medical Services (EMSS Act).  In 1974, President Gerald R. Ford signed this bill and appointed David R. Boyd as the director of the Division of Emergency Medical Services (DEMSS), Public Health Services, Department of Health, Education and Welfare.  David R. Boyd then convinced President Ford to proclaim [...]

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Stayin’ Alive columnist (and Shandaken Ambulance Service captain) Rich Muellerleile properly geared up for a spin around town with local bike blogger Mike Wentland.

09 April 2012

http://www.watershedpost.com/2012/stayin-alive-rules-road Stayin’ Alive columnist (and Shandaken Ambulance Service captain) Rich Muellerleile properly geared up for a spin around town with local bike blogger Mike Wentland.  

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SHANDAKEN AMBULANCE WINS ULSTER COUNTY EMS AGENCY OF THE YEAR!

30 March 2012

On May 20, 2009 The Town of Shandaken Ambulance service was the recipient of the Ulster County Ambulance Association EMS agency of the year award for outstanding accomplishments made by the squad in the 2008 year. This award is given yearly by the Ambulance Association to an agency which strives for consistency in EMS excellence [...]

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HAPPY 2011 FROM SHANDAKEN AMBULANCE!

30 March 2012

Setting the bar higher has seemingly become commonplace for the Ambulance Squad as 2010 was more incredible than ever. It was a busy year for the Ambulance Service as we saw a 10% increase in call volume with 499 calls answered and over 40% receiving an Ambulance under the Gold Standard of eight minutes and [...]

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LIEUTENANT MARK BEDELL AWARDED NEW YORK STATE ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT PROVIDER OF THE YEAR 2010!

30 March 2012

The Town of Shandaken Ambulance Service is pleased to announce that Lieutenant Mark Bedell has been awarded the New York State Advanced Emergency Medical Technician of the Year award following the reccomendation by the Hudson Valley Regional Emergency Medical Services Council, Ulster County EMS Association, and his peers. The award  will be presented at the [...]

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SHANDAKEN PARAMEDICS RECOGNIZED AT LOCAL, REGIONAL LEVEL

30 March 2012

  The Town of Shandaken Ambulance Service is pleased to announce that two of their Paramedics were nominated by their peers and awarded for their contributions to the EMS community and citizens they protect at the 2010 Ulster County EMS awards dinner on May 21, 2010 at the Benedictine Auditorium. Captain Richard Muellerleile received the [...]

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Radio ID Name

CAR 78

78-1

78-2

78-3

78-4

78-12

78-13

78-14

78-17

78-18

78-19

78-31

78-32

78-33

78-34

78-35

78-38

78-41

78-42

78-43

78-44

78-45

78-46

78-61

78-62

78-63

78-64

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78-66

78-67

 

RICHARD MUELLERLEILE
DENNIS FRANO
BRENDAN WHALEN
MARK BEDELL
ERNEST LONGHI SR.
JACK SPINNEWEBER
GARY CARR JR.
AUSTIN WYANT
CHRISTEE THOMAS
TRACY STOKES
ERNEST LONGHI JR
DAVID CARR
PETER DISCLAFANI
KEN BOOTH
TODD CARR
TOM CRUCET
KEITH JOHNSON
GERRY NEAL
BRIAN PEREZ
JODY ROSSITZ
ANDREW MCGARRY
ROBERT BURNS
GENE KNOTH
JIM BAKER
ERIK PIKAS
JOHN WELCH
DUANE DAVIS
STACY MCGARRY
MIKE WILLIAMS
BEN HOLM

CAPTAINS- CAR 78, CAR 78-1


LIEUTENANTS- CAR 78-2, CAR 78-3, 78-4


EMTS - 78-12 THROUGH 78-29


DRIVERS- 78-31 THROUGH 78-49


PARAMEDICS- 78-60 THROUGH 78-75


DUTY MEDIC- 78-50


BACKUP MEDIC- 78-51 UPWARDS TO 78-59


IE. 1ST BACKUP MEDIC, 78-51


2ND BACKUP MEDIC, 78-52.. ETC.

 

DUTY SHIFT COMMAND- 78-10