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    The 2017 Subscription Campaign has Started!

    Help Cranberry Township EMS (CTEMS) continue to provide you and your family with the highest quality emergency medical services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  

    Your paid subscription can save you money as well 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.

  • Motor vehicle crashes are the No. 1 killer of kids.

    Why? In many cases, children are either not properly buckled into their safety seats or parents don’t realize that a booster seat is vital to ensuring children fit safely in their vehicle’s seat belt. Don’t take a chance. Have your child’s safety seat inspected! We perform Car Seat Checks every Tuesday and Thursday between 10 AM and 5 PM. Each appointment takes about a half hour. To schedule an appointment to check your car seats and boosters, please contact 724-776-4480 ext. 1911

  • CPR & First Aid Training

    Knowing and being able to administer CPR and first aid is not just important for life guards, teachers or emergency responders. As a community citizen, it’s good to know how to properly administer this level of care in an emergency.

    Cranberry Township EMS offers classes for CPR and First Aid Training, both for the public and for Cranberry Township organizations. Click here for a schedule of 2016 classes.

  • Code Green is Coming to Pittsburgh

    Attention Firefighters, EMTs and Paramedics and Police officers, Code Green which is a national association is coming to Pittsburgh on Nov. 4,5 & 6.  Code Green is calling a code on our First Responders Mental Health.  Come join us by click here or calling 724-776-4480x1902.  


    4th Annual Save a Life Saturday

       Got 5 minutes to spare? You could learn to save a life!  On Saturday November 12th between 10AM and 2PM CTEMS will hold their 4th annual Save a Life Saturday Hands Only CPR Event in Town Square of the Cranberry Township Building. Sudden cardiac arrest affects more than 1,000 people outside hospitals each day in the U.S. and only 10 percent survive. 

Our mission is to provide the highest quality emergency and non-emergency patient care and transportation while remaining an active participant in the community.


Every day we are facing new challenges and missions in public health, disaster response, weapons of mass destruction and emergency preparedness.  These demands on your ambulance service have increased considerably while funding has continued to decline. A decrease in insurance reimbursement, government funding and subscription participation have made it necessary for EMS to attempt to "do more with less."

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. 

For over 40 years, Cranberry Township EMS has been "answering the call" for the residents and visitors of our community.  We have grown in similarity with the community and continue to provide exceptional pre-hospital care. We take great pride in providing outstanding customer service, excellent patient care and safe transportation to the hospital because we care about our community.

News & Annoucements

  • Code Green is Coming to Pittsburgh

    Code Green Campaign, a National Association devoted to First Responder's Mental Health is coming to Pittsburgh Nov 4,5 & 6.

    Read more...  
  • Stork Pinning Ceremony

    Crews honored for field delivery on 6/9/16.

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  • Training Weekend 2016

    Another great Training Blitz Weekend is in the books