The Palmyra Ambulance Association (Palmyra/Cinnaminson/Riverton EMS), was formed in 1921 and has the distinction of being the “Oldest Volunteer Squad” in the nation. The squad is a non-profit organization and is not part of any fire district or fire department. We depend on your generosity during our fund drive.
We offer emergency medical service to the tri-boro community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Anyone 15 years of age or older is eligible to become a member. Training is provided, all we ask is that you have the desire to help your neighbors and the squad. We have a “Riding” status that requires training. The riding members are the EMTs you see on the streets. We also have an “Associate” status for those who do not wish to ride. Our Associate members help with the vital behind-the-scene jobs that keep the squad running. No matter what type of membership you desire, you will be helping both your neighbors and the squad.
If you would like to join, contact Chief Doug Wickizer at (856) 829-0500
CINNAMINSON TOWNSHIP Designated Road Closures: Please expect heavier than usual traffic and plan alternate routes. The following roads will be closed on Monday Morning 3/14/16 starting at 7am: Branch Pike: Woodview Lane to Riverton Road Pomona Road: Branch Pike to Riverton Road North Fork Landing : Woodview Lane to Branch Pike Susan Drive: Cambridge to Branch Pike Route 130 N...Read More
May 17th-23rd is National EMS Week. It's a week to recognize the work of our EMS teams, thank an emergency responder and celebrate our relationship with the community. It is a time to celebrate our past and create excitement about our future as an organization. A week to recognize those we have lost and those who continue to cary on for them. Our EMS system is so important to our community, bu...Read More
Happy Holidays from Station 809! As 2014 quickly comes to an end, we here at PCR-EMS cannot help but reflect on all we have to be grateful for this holiday season. Over the past year we have been fortunate enough to respond to over 2,500 calls for service, welcomed a new ambulance to our fleet, started a new partnership with Cooper University Hospital, welcomed countless new volunteer and c...Read More