Emergency Medical Services


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Upper Bucks Regional Emergency Medical Services www.ubrems.org
Upper Bucks Regional EMS, Inc. is a not-for-profit agency that provides emergency medical care to the residents of Upper Bucks County. Response area encompasses approximately 192 square miles and 8 municipalities. Upper Bucks Regional EMS is a Paramedic Mobile Intensive Care Unit licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health to provide Advanced Life Support treatment and transport of the critically ill and injured.

Upper Bucks Regional EMS, is the primary ambulance service provider for Tinicum Township. The paramedic unit operating in the majority of our township responds from its headquarters on Route 611, (approximately 1.5 miles north of the intersection of Rts 611/412) just inside Nockamixon Township. The unit is staffed 24 hours per day, 365 days per year by professional, career paramedics. The southernmost portion of Tinicum Township (areas south of Smithtown Road/Dark Hollow Road) receives services from Pt. Pleasant-Plumstead EMS. In the event each primary ambulance is not available or otherwise occupied, Bucks County 911 will dispatch the next closest appropriate unit automatically.

Station 142
Nockamixon Township

8716 Easton Road
PO Box 105

, PA   18953
Station 141
Springfield Township

2330 Township Road
, PA   18951

Service area:  Tinicum,  Bedminster, Bridgeton, Nockamixon, Haycock, Durham Townships, and Riegelsville Borough.

Service area: Springfield, Richland, Durham, and Haycock Townships.

610-847-2980 (fax)
610-285-8519 (fax)


Executive Director in Chief
Ryan Pankoe, EMT-P
Infection Control Officer
Justine M. Maziuk, RN, PHRN
Medical Crew Coordinator
Stephanie D'Andrea, EMT-B

Point Pleasant - Plumsteadville Emergency Medical Services www.medic124.org
Point Pleasant Plumsteadville EMS was formed in 1998 by the merger of two ambulance units from Point Pleasant Fire Company and Plumsteadville Volunteer Fire Company. Point Pleasant-Plumsteadville EMS is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health to provide Advanced Life Support (ALS) and Basic Life Support (BLS) treatment and transport of the sick and injured. The ambulance is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with a paramedic, a person who is certified to provide advanced medical care in the field, along with an emergency medical technician (EMT). The staff is made up of dedicated volunteers and employees. Response area includes southern most part of Tinicum along with portions of the following communities: Plumsteadville, Bedminster, Dublin, and Hilltown. Assistance is provided to all neighboring squads as the need arises. CPR and other first aid classes are offered.

Point Pleasant-Plumsteadville EMS
5205 Stump Road
PO Box 391

Plumsteadville, PA 18949
215-766-1988 (fax)
Chief 124
Mike Tuttle
Deputy Chief 124
Stan Morrison
Medical Director
Dr. Hank Feiler

Be Prepared for Emergencies!
The Bucks County Commissioners and Tinicum Township encourages all residents to have a plan in case of an emergency.
To learn how to prepare for all types of emergencies, visit www.readyregion.org and the Red Cross Bucks County offers easy steps to get your household prepared at www.redcross.org/news/article/Resolve-to-Be-Prepared-in-2013. Bucks County and surrounding counties provide a Community Alert System to immediately contact you during a major crisis or emergency on all your devices including email, cell phone, pager and smartphone. To register go to www.readyregion.org.

Reflective Numbers Reminder: Make Sure That Emergency Responders Can Find You
Help Emergency Responders find you FAST! When an emergency responder has difficulty locating an address, they lose valuable time. Minutes can mean the difference between life and death for a family member or the complete loss of your home or barn to fire. Make sure you have properly sized reflective street numbers on your house or business. The numbers must be placed at a conspicuous location at the end of your driveway. If your dwelling or business is located close to the road then the numbers should be located so that they can be seen easily from the road. These requirements are in place so that first responders can quickly locate you and your family in the case of an emergency.

To help meet these requirements, you can install your own 4 inch reflective numbers on a contrasting background or the Department of Public Works can provide a compliant reflective sign for a small fee of $10.00. If you have any questions, please contact us at 610-294-9154 or email Doug Skelton, Public Works Director, at dskelton@tinicumbucks.org

Emergency Evacuation Assistance - Special Needs Registry
The Special Needs Registry is a free, voluntary, and strictly confidential program designed to help those who would have difficulty during an evacuation due to physical or cognitive limitations, language barriers, or lack of transportation. Developed by the Bucks County Emergency Management Agency, in partnership with the Bucks County Health Department and the County Commissioners, it will help first responders make the best use of limited time and resources to help those with no other options for evacuation during an emergency. Individuals (or caregivers on their behalf) are able to resister electronically by accessing www.specialneedspa.org or contacting their municipal emergency management coordinator or county EMA office. Numerous communities, civic, faith-based, medical, and non-profit organizations are also helping to register people with special needs.

updated 12/28/12 jet