Mountain Lakes Regional EMS Council

The Mountain Lakes Regional EMS Council provides support in all facets of Emergency Medical Services in the New York counties of Warren, Washington, Essex, Clinton and Franklin. This includes work on behalf of the Regional Emergency Medical Advisory Committee and New York State Department of Health Bureau of EMS, as well as production of basic and advanced education.

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News & Announcements

COVID-19 Information & Resources

The latest on COVID-19 in EMS from the REMAC, NYS EMS, CDC, and others.... read more

Protocol Survey Tool

Do you have a protocol suggestion or wish to provide feedback on exisitng protocols? The NYS Collaborative Protocols Workgroup has developed a new system to receive your thoughts. Prior to submitting, conduct any necessary research to ensure quality. CLICK HERE to go to the survey tool or visit the ... read more

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Continuing Education

CME Details on Twitter and Facebook

Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook to catch to learn about upcoming CME opportunities. Social media is th ebest way to keep tabs on the latest. Click on the icons on our home page.... read more

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Events & Meetings

EMS Board of Directors Podcast Recording

Join us live on July 15 for a recording of the EMS Board of Directors Podcast. Coming to your on Facebook Live at 7pm, we will be joined by a special guest, Rommie Duckworth.

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Upcoming REMAC and REMSCO Meetings

The Mountain Lakes REMAC and REMSCO will meet on the following dates in 2021.

October 25 (location TBD)

REMAC begins at 2pm and REMSCO at 5pm.

We will attempt to stream meetings via Facebook Live or YouTube. This will depend on internet strength at meeting sites.... read more

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Job Opportunities

EMS Jobs

Below are some recent help wanted ads from EMS agencies within the Mountain Lakes Region.

Lake Placid Ambulance - 

Full-time CCT/Medic Position Day (36 hrs./week)

Day Shift (0600-1800); Night Shift (1800-0600)

Some weekend coverage required

Indiv... read more