Mountain Lakes Regional EMS Council
The Mountain Lakes Regional EMS Council oversees and supports all aspects of Emergency Medical Services in the counties of Warren, Washington, Essex, Clinton and Franklin Counties.
Encompassing the heart of the Adirondack Mountains, the Mountain Lakes Region spans over 3000 square miles and is home to over 300,000 residents. Dedicated agencies and providers that answer the call for help are faced with rugged terrain, large waterways, wide spread districts, popular tourist attractions and the challenges of serving small cities and college towns.
Please refer to Article 30 of the New York State Public Health Law to learn more about the history and duties of our Regional Council, Program Agency and Emergency Medical Advisory Committee.
SUNY Adirondack, in conjunction with Mountain Lakes Regional EMS Council, is currently hosting an Emergency Medical Technician Basic course at its Queensbury, NY campus. Testing in January, the course... read more
Following a successful pilot project, the New York State Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee and Council have both voted this week to allow Basic EMT's to use CPAP in the field. Full details... read more
The Adirondack Health Foundation has announced that they will be funding a large EMS scholarship and grant program. People and agencies in the Tri-Lakes area that could use some financial assistance f... read more