Wilton EMS has a long history of serving our communities with exceptional mobile healthcare services. Our mission is one of excellence in pre-hospital care. Review our FAQ’s below and learn more about our services and how you can volunteer with Wilton EMS.

Volunteer FAQ’s

Your time commitment will vary from week to week. On average, volunteers put in twelve hours per week. Many put in more. We are willing to work with individuals on an as-needed basis.

Of course. If you have a full-time job, you can still volunteer and put your hours in during evenings and on weekends.

No problem! We’ll train you to be a front line emergency medical service specialist. Best of all, it won’t cost you anything. Thousands of dollars of valuable career training will be made available to you without any cost to you. We want you…not your money.

Absolutely not. Your training, uniform, equipment, even your required health physical, will be provided for free.

Call our squad number: 1-518-587-5590 or contact us via email (see contact section of this website).

It is simple to become a member of the ambulance squad.

Volunteers must be:

  • 18 years of age or older
  • In good physical health
  • Honest, trustworthy and of solid moral character
  • A caring, community-minded person
  • A team player
  • An individual who likes a challenge and enjoys the camaraderie of like-minded men and women.

The men and women who serve as volunteer Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) are caring, courageous men and women who lead active lives and still find time to give back to their community. They live their lives like each and every one of us. They are teachers, plumbers, electricians, carpenters, business people and local storeowners. When they get home, they spend, as much time as possible with their families just to show them how much they love them. Yet, somehow, these men and women are different. They are special. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, they make the lives of all local citizens safer and more secure…without ever asking for a thank you or compensation.

They are our “hometown heroes.”

Dare to be a Lifesaver. VOLUNTEER.

General FAQ’s

Our primary response area is within the Towns of Wilton, Saratoga and Northumberland along with the Villages of Schuylerville and Victory Mills. The agency also provides mutual aid to the City of Saratoga Springs, Town of Greenfield, Town of Moreau and surrounding communities.

Ambulances are minimally staffed with a paramedic and an EMT to provide the patient with the best possible care.

Our crews have the capabilities to provide 12-Lead EKG’s, Ultrasound Imaging, Carbon Monoxide Testing and Mechanized CPR.

Our providers use cutting edge equipment such as:

  • ZOLL X-Series monitors
  • LUCAS Mechanized CPR Devices
  • BBraun IV Pumps
  • King Vision Video Laryngoscopy
  • Zoll Transport Ventilators
  • emsCHARTS Medical Record System

Yes. Wilton EMS a has both paid and volunteer staff as paramedics, EMTs, and drivers.