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Emergency Medical Systems

Emergency Medical Services is a team of emergency medical technicians and paramedics. All Washington Township firefighters are either EMTs or paramedics.

The Washington Township Fire Department takes great pride in serving the residents and visitors of Washington Township and the City of Dublin. The Department strives to provide the best emergency medical care. All firefighters are either EMTs or paramedics. The Department also has advanced medical equipment to help in an emergency:

  • 2 ALS Engines
  • 1 ALS Ladder
  • 1 ALS Quint
  • 1 ALS Engine/Heavy/Rescue
  • 4 ALS Medics
  • EMS Golf Cart
  • Lucas Device on each Medic & Battalion 91 Vehicle

Request an EMS Report

To request an EMS Report, please e-mail [email protected].

Special Needs Registry

If someone in your home has short- or long-term special needs, make sure to sign up for the Washington Township Special Needs Registry. The registry lets first responders know your family member’s medical needs while in route to your home in the event of an emergency. Know about this potentially lifesaving information could help first responders assist your loved one faster and more effectively.

Begin the registration process by completing our application and HIPPA Release. Once you submit the forms, our EMS Manager will contact you to review your information and answer any questions you have. From the time your application is reviewed with you until your information is active.

Vial of Life

The Vial of Life is a form to share information about your family members’ medical history, allergies, insurance, medications, emergency contacts and doctors. The form is an important tool to help ensure your family’s safety and wellness by expediting your emergency medical treatment and transition to a physician’s care.

It is recommended that you download and complete a copy of the form for each member of your family. Completed forms should be posted on your refrigerator so paramedics can access the information should they need to treat any member of your family, even if they are unconscious. Should you need to be transported, paramedics will take this form to present to the physician at the hospital to ensure the most efficient and competent care.