Emmaus Ambulance Department

Ambulance Department of Emmaus PA

Ambulance Corps.
Advanced Life Support
EMS Station 63, Lehigh County, PA


  • Emmaus Ambulance Corps provides ambulance coverage for Emmaus Borough, the eastern portion of Upper Milford Twp., and a portion of Western Salisbury Twp. in Lehigh County, PA.
  • The Corps also provides mutual aid response to surrounding areas including: Macungie Borough, Lower Macungie Twp., Upper Saucon Twp., and City of Allentown.
  • As of April 1, 2004, the Corps began Advanced Life Support service, allowing the Corps to provide a higher level of patient care via state certified paramedics with advanced cardiac care and trauma care procedures.
  • The number of emergency responses in 2004 was 1301. The 2005 call volume was 1607. The 2006 call volume was 1604.
  • Our service currently houses 3 ALS equipped ambulances and 1 wheelchair / ambulette transport van.
  • Emmaus Ambulance Corps provides 911 coverage 24/7, 365 days per year.
  • We are dispatched by Lehigh County 911 Communications Center in Allentown, PA.

Emmaus Ambulance Numbers

Main Office / Billing 610-967-5615
Second Office Line 610-965-0720
Transport Requests 610-965-4988
EMS Crew Line 610-965-0721
Fax (crew room, not secure) 610-966-5236
Fax (billing office, secure) 610-967-4432
Lehigh County Communications Center Non-Emergency Number: (if no answer at station) 610-437-5252

Emmaus Ambulance History

"Ambulance Service for Residents of Emmaus and Vicinity Believed Only Contribution of Its Kind in the Country."

Emmaus Ambulance History"Ready to Serve- Members of the Emmaus Volunteer Ambulance Corps who are ready to provide service on a 24 hours a day basis for residents of the area include, reading clockwise around the ambulance, Claton Sheirer, Russell Hamscher, Charles Schaup, Arthur Weiss, Kermit Amig, Henry Reiss, Paul Hangan, Charles Nichter, Martin Stephen, Stanley Schaeffer, Ralph Weidner, Leonard Wehr, Milton Stortz, Victor Stephen, Quinton Sicher, Clayton Miller, Clinton Zentner, Wilbur Fink, William Wieder, Clarence Sicher, Ray Hangan, Arthur Mohr and Harvey Eck. Missing when the photograph was taken were George Sicher, Arthur Schmoyer, Brighton Fegley, and John C. Binder Jr."

Organized on October 20, 1946 with the help of the Emmaus Lions Club, the Emmaus Community Ambulance Corps proudly affirms, "We have never refused a call."