A Visit From Fox 29

October 9th, 2014Posted by Mark Jeffries


With the recent diagnoses of Ebola in Texas, The Galloway Township Ambulance Squad's Chief of Operations, Chuck Uhl, was featured on Fox 29 regarding emergency medical services role in the outbreak and our preparation for dealing with patients with potentially infectious diseases.

You can watch the story below or by visiting MyFoxPhilly.com.

Welcome Back, 26-76

June 17th, 2014Posted by Mark Jeffries


In early 2013, GTAS handed the keys of 26-76 over to VCI Ambulance so they can work their magic to make our ambulance like new again. 26-76 was our oldest ambulance at the time and was in need of a refresh.

Fast forward to 2014 and GTAS is happy to welcome back the new 26-76, which has been remounted on an all-new gas powered Ford E-450 chasis and outfitted with; LED emergency warning lights and sirens, shiny new steel diamond plate, and a fresh coat of paint and decals. 26-76 is again a proud new addition to the GTAS fleet and is back in service taking calls in town. Special thanks to the folks at VCI for their hard work and dedication to serve the men and women who serve their communities.

Check out all the hard work that went into bringing 26-76 back to us, as good as new.

Narcan Training

May 30th, 2014Posted by Mark Jeffries


Under a waiver signed by New Jersey State Health Commissioner Mary O'Dowd, BLS agencies in New Jersey are now able to carry and administer a lifesaving medication known as Narcan. After completing required training, agencies such as The Galloway Township Ambulance Squad are now able to reverse the deadly effects of such drugs as heroine or morphine. GTAS is proud to announce that we're officially the first ambulance squad in the State of New Jersey to be able to carry and administer this medication to continue to provide quality emergency medical services to the residents and visitors of Galloway Township and surrounding communities.

We would like to extend our thanks to Cooper University Hospital for supporting our agency in this process.

Busy Winter Day

December 10th, 2013Posted by Mark Jeffries


During an unexpectedly heavy snow storm, GTAS was dispatched to multiple calls for service in Galloway and Hamilton Townships. GTAS responded by activating more duty crews and had four ambulances running simultaneously to fill the need.

Lietenant Chris Snow, left, and FTO Steve Burrows.

Celebrating The Fourth

July 25th, 2013Posted by Mark Jeffries


GTAS celebrated the 4th of July this year during the Galloway Township 4th of July Parade. EMT Burrows was paired with Captain Doyle of GTPD in a golf cart equipped with AED and medical bag to provide mobile care to any medical emergencies in the crowds. The new 26-70 made its first official public appearance in the parade along with 26-78, 26-77, 26-75, and 26-74. During the night, 26-78 stood by at Rhode Island Ave. & the Boardwalk in Atlantic City for the fireworks display.

Thunder Over The Boardwalk!

July 25th, 2013Posted by Mark Jeffries


On June 26th, 2013, aerial performers from around the world were over the boards in Atlantic City, performing for hundreds of thousands of spectators. GTAS was there operating the staging branch during the initial phase of the Atlantic City Airshow for the New Jersey EMS Task Force.

Once the EMS resources were properly assigned and organized, GTAS then provided a BLS transport unit and cooling tent unit to Iowa Avenue & the Boardwalk for the remainder of the airshow.

Absegami High School Evacuated!

July 25th, 2013Posted by Mark Jeffries


A chemical spill in a science lab forced the evacuation of the Absegami High School. Five students were transported to the hospital due to exposure to the chemical. GTAS, Absecon Emergency Services, Shore Medical EMS, AtlantiCare EMS, and the NJEMS Task Force MCRU 12 were on scene, along with GTFD and the Atlantic County Hazmat Team.

Training Day 2013

July 25th, 2013Posted by Mark Jeffries


On April 13th, 2013, the Galloway Township Ambulance Squad held our annual training day. Staff were in store for hours of lecture and training, in addition to receiving some recognition from our township council.

For the short article from The Current, click here.


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